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Arctic Ice Loss Amplified Superstorm Sandy Violence

Study says the severe loss of Arctic sea ice increase the frequency of atmospheric blocking events like the one that caused Hurricane Sandy...

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Prof. Kassam Honored for International Work with Indigenous Communities

Professor Kassam facilitates connections in indigenous communities so they can address problems such as climate change...

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Social Scientists Stress Importance of Sustainability Work

Faculty highlight sustainability at the Third Annual Young Social Scientists' Sustainability Research Forum...

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Great Backyard Bird Count Goes Global, Shatters Records

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Audubon and Bird Studies Canada opened the count to the world for the first time this year...

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Big Red Fans Recycle, Compost 96 Percent of Game Trash

Most professional sports leagues have teamed up with the Natural Resources Defense Council to create a greener world through sports....

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League of Women Voters Forum Focuses on Renewable Energy

Tompkins County a state leader in the amount and the rate in which solar installations being installed....

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Johnson team wins renewable energy competition

Five students from Cornell's Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management captured first place Feb. 21 at the University of Michigan's fourth Renewable Energy Case Competition...

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Prof. Greg Loeb Protects Plants From Pests With Natural Predators

Entomology professor leads an effort to develop inexpensive, environmentally friendly methods of controlling pest populations in agriculture...

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After Tiny School Lunchroom Changes, Teens Consume More Fruit, Veggies

Simple changes could also be effective in cafeterias of other organizations..