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New Website Links Land Owners and Seekers

Linking small-scale farmers with landowners to put more land into agricultural production and support the local food economy...

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Libe Slope Features Living Art Display

Cornellians plant blooming flowers that spell the word “rooted” in 10-foot letters on Libe Slope; the display will glow nightly until May 1...

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Kenya's Drought Insurance Helps Islamic Herders

Cornell is the major research partner in a consortium that is creating culturally acceptable insurance products to reduce the impact of extreme weather on some of the developing world’s most vulnerable populations...

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Ninth AguaClara Water Plant in Honduras Opens

Another student-designed AguaClara water treatment plant in Honduras, 36,000 Hondurans and counting have access to clean water...

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Cornell-Led Collaboration Seeks Marine Disease Solutions

Marine disease is a pressing, yet often overlooked, piece of global climate change...

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Sweet Service: Student Aids Cameroon Cocoa Farmers

Improving village infrastructure and empowering growers to pursue sustainable, organic cocoa production independent of major exporters...

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Sun Powers Complex Cancer Test for Remote Regions

Cornell University and Weill Cornell Medical College researchers have remodeled an energy-intensive medical test...

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Study: Food Hubs' Support for Local Economy is Mixed

Researchers found that medium-scale farms benefited the most from the services that food hubs provided...

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Big Apple's Only Hydroponic Student Lab Showcased

The labs work to sustainably raise more than 10,000 tilapia and other fish species in Hell’s Kitchen...

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100 Solutions Wanted for Global Sustainability Campaign

What's your solution that can help make a sustainable society?