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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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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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A ‘Hole’ New World: Improving the Efficiency of Water Splitting

The current generated from the water-splitting activity can be used directly to power electronic devices...

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Op Ed: Bringing Cornell Together To Make Progress Toward Carbon Neutrality

We call on our faculty, students and staff to work together with flexibility and creativity, across our disciplines and programs, as we address this global challenge...

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$24M Grant Aims to Combat Global Wheat Crop Threats

A recent Food and Agriculture Organization study warns that climate change is expected to reduce yields of wheat and other major crops and fuel the spread of wheat pathogens...

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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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Climate Change Less Politicized Among Minority Groups

Non-white minorities statistically are as concerned with climate change as are whites but are less likely to self-identify as environmentalists...

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Researchers Find Regions in Three States Suitable for Geothermal Energy

New information will help Cornell facilities specialists and Cornell research engineers to analyze potential extraction strategies and designs for the use of this energy...

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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...