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Faculty Stir Up Solutions at Climate Change Forum

100 faculty members of the Cornell community gathered March 28 at the Interdisciplinary Climate Change Forum...

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Young Alumnus Reports on NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program

Katie Fink '12 discusses how coal fired power plants impact communities of color...

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Aluminum Tolerant Genes in Maize are More Adaptable to Changing Climate

Cornell researchers are learning to grow stress-tolerant crops on formerly non-farmable land...

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Natural Disasters are Especially Hard on Seniors

Professor Wethington discussed "Aging in the Age of Climate Change" with journalists...

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New York's Fossil Fuel: Gone with the Wind...Water and Sun

Cornell researchers contribute to plan for reducing New York State's fossil fuel use by 2030...

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Invasive Weeds Could Shed Light on Climate-Coping

Understanding invasive weeds' well-honed coping mechanisms could inform strategies for ecological management...

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Ithaca Journal Features Story on NYS Renewable Energy Conversion: Possible and Profitable

Cornell researchers contribute to plan for reducing all of New York State's fossil fuel use by 2030...

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Cornell Economists Call on Washington to Enact Carbon Tax

Two Cornell economists state instituting a tax on carbon dioxide emissions will benefit the environment and play a pivotal role in the nation's economic recovery...

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Arctic Ice Loss Amplified Superstorm Sandy Violence

Study says the severe loss of Arctic sea ice increase the frequency of atmospheric blocking events like the one that caused Hurricane Sandy...

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Prof. Greg Loeb Protects Plants From Pests With Natural Predators

Entomology professor leads an effort to develop inexpensive, environmentally friendly methods of controlling pest populations in agriculture...