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Venice Exhibit Aims to Keep Island Afloat

The Polynesian island nation of Tuvalu will someday be swallowed by the ocean as the first victim of a rising ocean level caused by global warming...

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President Skorton on Climate Commitment

Skorton signed the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment (PCC) following heavy lobbying by the student environmental group Kyoto Now!

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Cornell Solar Power Project Gets Boost from State

Cornell is harnessing the power of the sun, and state funding, for a proposed solar facility on Snyder Road in the Town of Lansing...

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Proposed Solar Array Offers a Bright Energy Future

Cornell hopes to expand its renewable energy portfolio with large-scale solar energy project...

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Johnson School Innovators Compete to Build a Better Stove for Emerging Markets

Johnson school hosts a contest to design a healthier and more environmentally friendly stove for low-income families...

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Social Media to Help Farmers Deal with Climate Change

Social media will help farmers communicate over large regions...

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Chilean Earthquake Made Volcanoes Sink

According to Cornell scientists, several nearby volcanoes permanently sank several inches into the ground after the Chilean earthquake...

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Obama Takes Aim at Changing Climate

President Obama addresses climate issues at a speech at Georgetown...

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Cornell to Begin Collaborative Research in Paraguay

Research will assess causes of pollution and model eutrophication and sedimentation in lakes...

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Teachers Delve into Global Water and Culture Issues

50 middle and high school teachers attended an International Studies Summer Institute (ISSI) at Cornell called The Cultural Geography of Water, June 24-26...