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Faculty Apprise Alumni on Solving Global Challenges

Six Cornell professors – each with distinctive areas of study – provided 10-minute presentations on the university’s comprehensive, international impact...

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Climate Activists Applaud Cornell, Push For More Action

A group of professors, students and activists implored university officials to put their money where the science is...

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Ithaca Holds Climate Walk and Discussion

Over 100 Ithacans gathered downtown Sunday to walk in solidarity with the participants of the New York City People’s Climate March...

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Cornellians March to Fight Climate Change in NYC

More than 130 Cornellians joined 400,000 individuals participating in the People’s Climate March...

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Accelerated Climate Neutrality Proposal Presented to Faculty

Group outlined first-step priorities for the next year to achieve carbon neutrality by 2035...

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New Solar Farm Set to Flip Switch to 'on' Sept. 19, 2014

The 2-megawatt array will produce about 2.5 million kilowatt hours...

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Study: Southwest May Face 'Megadrought' Within Century

Due to global warming, scientists say, the chances of the southwestern United States experiencing a decadelong drought is at least 50 percent...

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Ag Secretary Briefed On Nutrition, Dairy, Climate Research

Faculty members and scientists met with U.S. Secretary of Agriculture to discuss dairy herd health, dairy and food processing, workforce development, and Cornell’s teaching, research and extension missions...

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Ag Business is No Longer Business as Usual

Plant hardiness zones are moving north...

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Global Warming Culprit-Nations Likely to Change By 2030

Cornell researchers now predict when developing countries will contribute more to climate change than advanced societies: 2030...