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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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Errant Methane Plumes Detected Over Marcellus Wells

Cornell and Purdue scientists have found that leaked methane is more of a problem than previously thought...

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Skorton: Thoughts for Earth Day 2014

President David Skorton calls on the Cornell community to recommit to making sustainable choices...

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At Once-Verdant Delta, Prologue of Ecological Tale Begins

Cornell and Paleontological Research Institution researchers gathered baseline samples to understand the Colorado River delta’s ecological profile...

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Cornell Postdoctoral Fellowships in Sustainability

Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future is launching a new postdoctoral program in sustainability...

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Book Offers Simplified Guide to Shale Gas Extraction

“Science Beneath the Surface: A Very Short Guide to the Marcellus Shale,” attempts to offer a reader-friendly, unbiased, scientific guide...

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Dry Future Climate Could Reduce Orchid Bee Habitat

Cornell researchers make predictions of how forest bees might respond to future climate changes...

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Cornell Among Recipients of State Awards for Energy Storage Technology

Cornell among six recipients getting $1.4 million from NY state to create new technologies in battery and energy storage...

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Hi-tech Fixes for Climate Change, Fish Tracking

Challenges facing society due to man-made climate change and ocean acidification...

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Cornell-Led Collaboration Seeks Marine Disease Solutions

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