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Early-Onset Spring Models May Indicate 'Nightmare' For Agriculture

Researchers seek to understand new timing as climate change unfolds...

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What Drives Cities to Pursue Sustainability Policies?

Research shows knowledge needs to be shared throughout the system – among neighboring municipalities and with higher levels of government...

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Biological Wizardry Ferments Carbon Monoxide Into Biofuel

Cornell biological engineers have deciphered the cellular strategy to make the biofuel ethanol a common industrial waste gas...

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Howarth Alerts White House of Growing Methane Danger

Methane emissions from the U.S. larger than is recognized by the EPA, according to a large and growing body of evidence...

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Latest Climate Change Information Housed on New Website

DeGaetano envisions everyone from farmers to homeowners finding use for the website as New Yorkers adapt to the reality of a changing climate...

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$24M Grant Aims to Combat Global Wheat Crop Threats

A recent Food and Agriculture Organization study warns that climate change is expected to reduce yields of wheat and other major crops and fuel the spread of wheat pathogens...

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Researchers Find Regions in Three States Suitable for Geothermal Energy

New information will help Cornell facilities specialists and Cornell research engineers to analyze potential extraction strategies and designs for the use of this energy...

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Design Ingenuity Cures Health Care Building Energy Waste

Historic data shows that current trends in energy consumption indicate a need to accelerate the sustainability movement in health care...