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AguaClara Expands Water Efforts to India

Two AguaClara facilities, under construction in the state of Jharkhand, India, are expected to be completed this fall....

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Turning Tired Land into Energizing Liquid Gold

Growers in New York state may one day turn craggy, rugged and lumpy marginal land into a virtual, perennial fountain of liquid energy gold...

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Fresh Wall of Sustainability

Cornell students have created a thought-provoking solution: growing mint, chives and basil at a bar...

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Cornell Experience Draws Alumni to 'Perfect Fit' with Land Conservation Group

9 Cornell alumni help lead the The Trust for Public Land

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Sea Grant Holds City of Water Day in Big Apple

On July 20, New York Sea Grant (NYSG) expanded its Discover Clean and Safe Boating Campaign into New York City for the first time...

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Conferees Discuss How to Help Farmers through Technology

Creative use of information networks can help bridge gaps between developed and developing countries...

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Student Researches the Ecology of Grape-Growing with Cornell Cooperative Extension

Matthew Gura '14 blogs about his research on leaching of pollutants and fertilizers into groundwater in vineyards at Long Island Research and Extension Center...

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From the Grounds Up, Study Seeks Sustainable 'Java'

Cornell professors seek to brew agricultural, environmental and economic sustainability together for the world’s smallholder coffee bean growers...

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Teachers Tackle Bioenergy in Weeklong Course on Campus

The teachers learn how society could use plants and other forms of biomass to meet the nation’s growing energy demands...

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Student Studies Changing Ecology of Ethiopia

Ph.D candidate is working with indigenous communities to swap out indigenous crops...