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Howarth Alerts White House of Growing Methane Danger

Methane emissions from the U.S. larger than is recognized by the EPA, according to a large and growing body of evidence...

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Lund Debate Focuses on Nuclear Power, Climate Change

Nuclear power is not the silver bullet that is going to solve all the problems...

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Cornell and Iceland Team to Model Geothermal Energy

Iceland's Geothermal Resource Park will assist Cornell in designing a renewable energy park for possible deployment on the Cornell campus in Ithaca...

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Ithaca Sustainability Newsletter - May 2016

Ithaca Sustainability works towards reducing GHG emissions in City and Town of Ithaca government operations and community-wide...

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Latest Climate Change Information Housed on New Website

DeGaetano envisions everyone from farmers to homeowners finding use for the website as New Yorkers adapt to the reality of a changing climate...

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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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Humanists Offer Critical Perspective on Climate Change

While big data studies and computer modeling can tell us something quantitatively, they don’t really give us a sense of what we might be facing as humans...

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Cornell Faculty to Expand Sustainability Conversation

The Atkinson Center launched the faculty-in-residence program in 2015 to broaden Cornell’s culture of sustainability by providing targeted support to scholars in the social sciences, humanities and arts...

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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...