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Roundtable to Explore Potential of Geothermal Energy

Inspired by Iceland, Cornell is looking into the feasibility of using geothermal energy...

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Keynote Speaker Investigates Transformations in the ‘Energy Grid’

Despite the exciting transformation, Hamilton stressed that path to more robust innovation still contains obstacles...

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U.A. Discusses Feasibility of 2035 Carbon Neutrality

Responding to resolutions from U.A. and the Provost, a new report details options to reach carbon neutrality on campus by 2035...

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Department of Energy Grant Boosts Cornell’s Power Systems Research

Cornell team plans to analyze how low-voltage systems can smoothly react to response demands...

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Cornell Scientist Predicts Climate Change Will Prompt Earlier Spring Start Date

Increasingly early springs will take a toll on agriculture...

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Climate Action Art Project-The Tent of Casually Observed Phenologies

Friday, October 14, 2016, 10am-5pm (lunchtime for ESS2000 students only), Between Fernow Hall and Tower Rd (or outside of 135 Emerson)

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National PARKing Day Aims to Green the World

Students bring attention to the need for more open, urban space...

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Megadrought Risks Soar as Atmosphere Warms in Southwest

Megadrought risks are still likely to be higher in the future than they were in the past...

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Living with Water Summit-Lessons Learned After Historic Flooding Topic of Summit

Friday-Saturday, October 7-8, 2016, Binghamton University’s Downtown Center, 67 Washington St., Binghamton

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Panelists Explore How Environmental Effects Vary Based on Gender Identity

Panel on ecofeminist theory shows how the systematic oppression of women and the domination of nature are interconnected and related...