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Social Media to Help Farmers Deal with Climate Change

Social media will help farmers communicate over large regions...

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Chilean Earthquake Made Volcanoes Sink

According to Cornell scientists, several nearby volcanoes permanently sank several inches into the ground after the Chilean earthquake...

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Mine Seed Banks to Feed Tomorrow's World

Cornell plant geneticist claims people need to tap unused plants to feed the world in the near future...

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Low Energy Usage Makes New 'Blue Lights' Special

Cornell is switching all campus-safety “blue lights” from energy-hogging incandescent to LED technology, at one-tenth the energy use...

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Coming back for O-Week?

Join the EcoReps on the Green ’17 Orientation Team!....

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Appledore GIS Data Enhanced with Student Input

Shoals sustainable engineering interns survey Appledore Island's green grid..

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Permaculture Garden Grows Food for Trillium

Trillium will use food grown in the garden adjacent to Kennedy Hall...

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Building Downtown: New Zoning Encourages Sustainable Development

The new zoning package encourages growth and development in Ithaca’s urban heart by increasing the opportunity for added height and volume on key blocks within the Central Business District...

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Cornell to Begin Collaborative Research in Paraguay

Research will assess causes of pollution and model eutrophication and sedimentation in lakes...

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Finger Lakes Land Trust to Acquire Wetlands in Schuyler County

Property, just south of Seneca Lake, cited as important bird habitat...