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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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Op Ed: Supporting Sustainable Development in Collegetown

Cornellians support the stalled Collegetown Crossing Project, a plan to bring groceries and better bussing...

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Grad Student Helps Women Rebuild Rwanda with Mushrooms

Student is promoting mushroom cultivation as a high-yielding crop that can empower women and help remediate deforestation...

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Invasive Weeds Could Shed Light on Climate-Coping

Understanding invasive weeds' well-honed coping mechanisms could inform strategies for ecological management...

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Record-Breaking Rice Yield Prompts Professor Uphoff to Promote Cultivation Technique

Instead of using GM, new technique studies the entire system of a plant and manipulates the environment it grows in...

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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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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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Children's higher weights linked to less access to green space

Study suggests low-income children may be overweight in part because they have less access to open green space where they can play and exercise...

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Calling for PEEPS! (Plantations Environmental Education Program for Sustainability)

Accepting online applications until March 1, 2013...

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Nature lovers invited to train as natural area mentors

Consider joining Cornell Plantations' Natural Areas Academy (NAA)...