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Cornell Water Manager Assists with Rural Water Projects in Honduras

Chris Bordlemay visited Honduras during Winter Break to offer expertise for various nonprofits and community water projects...

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Students Debate Potential Benefits, Risks of Divestment on Cornell

Representatives from Cornell KyotoNow! argued in favor of divestment, while the Cornell Republicans argued against divestment...

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Arctic Vegetation Spread Could Boost Climate Change

Changes in Arctic vegetation due to climate change have probably been underestimated, according to a new computer analysis...

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Students Connect Belize Classrooms, Gardens, Communities

Twelve Cornell students enriched a community through garden-based learning when they traveled to Belize over spring break...

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Faculty Stir Up Solutions at Climate Change Forum

100 faculty members of the Cornell community gathered March 28 at the Interdisciplinary Climate Change Forum...

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Skorton: Cornell Will Not Divest in ‘Immediate’ Future

Skorton’s response came as a disappointment to some students...

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Expo Features Flyers, Hoverers, Soarers and Wind Catchers

The first Aeronautics/Alternative Energy Expo helped raise awareness about alternative energy and aeronautics...

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Shoals Marine Laboratory Prepping for New 'Green' Season

Re-conditioned wind turbine blades, solar panels, and an efficient reach-in cooler are making their way to the island...

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Classes Use Energy Dashboard to Study Conservation

Thanks to a new online dashboard, facilities staff, students, and professors can view real-time data on water and energy consumption...