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Cornell Professor Considers Impact of Climate Change Policies on Poor

Accepting that curbing carbon emissions is the right thing to do from the point of view of future generations, what do you do if the only policy instruments available to you make the poor worse off...

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Cornell's Sutton Road Solar Farm Opens in Geneva

Construction of the solar farm, a 17-acre facility featuring 9,120 photovoltaic panels located off Sutton Road in Seneca, New York, started last spring and is Cornell’s second megawatt-scale solar project...

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Rising Seas Puts Vietnam in Climate Change 'Bull’s-Eye'

With rising seas, millions of people in the Mekong Delta region will likely be forced to move...

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Provost and Acting President Kotlikoff Confirms Pledge to 2035 Carbon Neutrality

The new plan will seek to develop “broader and more implemental” steps toward a goal of sustainability...

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Op Ed: Don’t Let Paris be Another Kyoto, Divest from Fossil Fuels!

It is high-time that Cornell’s Board of Trustees acknowledge that divestment and carbon neutrality are two sides of the same coin...

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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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In Staving Off Climate Change, Social Landscape Adjusts

Women, people of color, children, the elderly, workers, immigrants, communities of color will all be affected disproportionately by the impacts of climate change...

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Professor Discusses Causes and Implications of Climate Change in Seminar

Around 10 gigatons of carbon were released into the atmosphere this year, making 2015 the warmest on record...

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Senior Group is Guiding Cornell's Climate Actions

This new group will set climate-action direction and prioritize initiatives...