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Climate Change Likely to Alter NY’s Oneida Lake by 2099

By the end of this century, the temperature of Oneida Lake – New York state’s largest interior lake – will likely be higher by about 6 degrees...

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Cornell to Offer Four New MOOCs Next Year

Cornell will offer four new massive open online courses (MOOCs) in 2016...

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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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Public Warmer on 'Climate Change' than 'Global Warming'

The American public responds differently to questions about “climate change” and “global warming” – even while the media often conflate the two...

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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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"Megadrought' Likely for Western U.S. by End of Century

A “megadrought” likely will occur late in this century, and it could last for three decades...

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Atkinson Center Requests Proposals for 2015 Academic Venture Fund Grants

Seeking proposals from Cornell faculty across all Colleges and Schools and encompassing all disciplines contributing to sustainability...

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Cornell Students Create Insect-Based Tofu

A team of Cornell students developed “C-fu” — a tofu substitute made from one hundred percent mealworm meat...

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Generators that Relieve Power Grid Worsen Ozone Pollution

Cornell engineers found firing up diesel backup generators in non-emergency situations triggers rising atmospheric ozone concentrations...

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The Scientist: Prof. Bruce Reisch Develops New Grape Varieties

Reisch develops new disease resistant, cold hardy grape varieties...