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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...

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United Nations Officials Brief Cornell Students on New Global Tasks

Exclusive symposium designed for Cornell students, officials from UN detailed new 15-year initiative on battling climate change worldwide...

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Space-Age Technology points African Herders in Right Direction

Technology helps rural herders in Kenya deal with drought, climate change, civil unrest and land-use pressures...

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Sanitation Scores in India have Room for Improvement

Sanitation scores, conferred on each of India’s 421 largest cities by the national government, set a useful benchmark...

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Queen Elizabeth to Honor Student for Climate Change Work

A graduate student in the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs will receive an award from Queen Elizabeth II...

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Cornell Research Steers NYC Bikes to Needy Stations

Cornell Operations Research researchers have developed algorithms to help rebalance the Citi Bike system as efficiently as possible...

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Green Corps: The Field School for Environmental Organizing



Paid fellowship positions make an impact on today’s environmental challenges...

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Master Composter Training in Tompkins County

Application deadline is Friday, January 23rd...

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Diverse Ideas Served up at First Food Systems Summit

Food industry professionals, retailers and suppliers gathered to learn about ideas and concepts at the first Cornell Food Systems Global Summit...