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3/22/13 is World Water Day!

World Water Day focuses attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources...

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Plant Science Energy Conservation Project Saves $100,000

New valves and steam traps stop unwanted energy usage...

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Aluminum Tolerant Genes in Maize are More Adaptable to Changing Climate

Cornell researchers are learning to grow stress-tolerant crops on formerly non-farmable land...

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Wood's Earth Brings Local Foods to Schools

Fresh, local food is making its way into area school lunch programs with the help of Wood's Earth Living Classroom...

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American University Students "Alternative Break" Focuses on Fracking, and Renewable Energy

Students tour Cornell's innovative efficient and renewable energy sources...

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Natural Disasters are Especially Hard on Seniors

Professor Wethington discussed "Aging in the Age of Climate Change" with journalists...

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Cornell Earns Second Gold STARS Rating

STARS is a self-reporting system for colleges and universities to compare sustainability efforts with peer institutions

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USDA's Ramaswamy: Land-grant Research Sustains Earth

A multidimensional approach is needed to combat such 21st century "wicked problems" as population growth, health, poverty and the environment...

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Northeast Bee Population Declines Confirmed

Northeastern bees have suffered population declines over the last century and a half, largely due to human encroachment...

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New York's Fossil Fuel: Gone with the Wind...Water and Sun

Cornell researchers contribute to plan for reducing New York State's fossil fuel use by 2030...