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Max Zhang Helps Communities Grow Greener

Last year, Zhang guided Cornell students who had undertaken a project to reduce Tompkins County’s greenhouse gas output by 2050...

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Cornell Works With Mexican Tribe on Forest Management

A series of workshops, planning sessions and collaborative activities last summer led to a strategic conservation initiative for the mixed agricultural and forested region...

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Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist Sheryl WuDunn ’81 Discusses China’s Shortcomings in Lecture

Although China is a global leader in renewable technologies, overcoming its environmental problems is not simple...

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Sheryl WuDunn '81 to Deliver Iscol Lecture April 20

WuDunn raises capital for entrepreneurs in alternative energy, social enterprise and new media at a boutique investment-banking firm in New York...

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Team Aids Mountain Societies Facing Climate Change

Indigenous societies are at the vanguard of climate-change impacts – yet none of these societies contributed to its causes...

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Epidemics, Warming Oceans Rock Lobster, Sea Star Populations

A new study describes how diverse marine organisms are susceptible to diseases made worse by warming oceans...

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‘Climate Change and Clean Energy’ Panel is Feb. 26

Discussion topics likely will include activism, policy, science, communications, employment in the climate change era, and how academia intersects climate problems and solutions...

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Attendees of United Nations Climate Change Conference Share Thoughts at Forum

The represented nations agreed that any temperature rise above 1.5 degrees Celsius will cause serious harm to the planet...

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Panelists Review Paris Climate Summit at Ithaca Event

Topics discussed ranged from methane emissions to agriculture to civil disobedience...