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40 Volunteers Needed to Help Cayuga Street Come Alive!

Streets Alive! is May 3rd along Cayuga St. and Court St. from Ithaca High School to GIAC...

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EPA Urges the Public to Weigh in on Proposal to Ban the Dumping of Sewage from Boats into Cayuga and Seneca Lakes and Seneca River

The EPA has proposed that a “no discharge zone” be established for Seneca Lake, Cayuga Lake and Seneca River...

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Creating the Urban Eden

In honor of Earth Day and Arbor Day, posters will be displayed on 50 trees on the Ag Quad to describe the ecosystem services those trees provide...

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Farmers’ Market at Cornell Reopens After Winter Hiatus

Despite the gray weather, the Farmers’ Market at Cornell returned to the Agriculture Quad to begin its fifth year of operation Thursday...

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Students, Teachers Unite in India for Science Literacy

Four Cornell graduate students and two local high school physics teachers traveled to India to exchange best practices in science education with Indian schoolteachers...

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Personal Sustainability: the Conservation of Happiness

Proponents claim that living sustainably isn’t just the right thing to do for the planet – it’s the right thing to do for your own happiness...

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Project Aims to Grow Local Farms, Shrink Childhood Obesity

Cornell nutritional scientists plan to test a recipe to lower childhood obesity...

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Climate Madness: A Cornell Scientist Talks Climate Change, Sustainability and Florida Leaders’ Feigned Ignorance

Even as sea levels rise and increasingly erratic weather patterns threaten Florida’s food producers, top state officials seem hell-bent on ignoring the phenomenon, if not denying it altogether...

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Online Course Aims to put Public Gardens on a Community Mission

Cornell has joined a national online education effort designed to help public garden educators transform their natural assets into community resources for scientific knowledge and social change...

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Ecological Corridor to Preserve Ecuadorian Andes Bears

Cornell research team helps design a socio-ecological corridor to conserve biodiversity in Ecuador’s Andes Mountains...