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Libe Slope Features Living Art Display

Cornellians plant blooming flowers that spell the word “rooted” in 10-foot letters on Libe Slope; the display will glow nightly until May 1...

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Invasive Vines Swallow Up New York's Natural Areas

Cornell researchers lead efforts to understand these pernicious plants...

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Expert Cautions: 'Nature Never Forgets nor Forgives'

Iscol lecturer Luc Gnacadja warned that soil erosion contributes to poverty and hunger and threatens security and freedom....

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The Ithaca Children's Garden Summer Positions Available

Ithaca Children's Garden inspires, promotes, and sustains stewardship of the natural environment...

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Op Ed: N.Y. Needs to Invest in Protecting Finger Lakes

With greater funding, our region can develop the “green infrastructure” we need to sustain our agricultural and tourism industries...

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Cornell Team Wins Philly Planning Contest

Students design disentangles traffic and creates a sustainable, sociable economy for the city...

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Sweet Service: Student Aids Cameroon Cocoa Farmers

Improving village infrastructure and empowering growers to pursue sustainable, organic cocoa production independent of major exporters...

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Cornell Study Abroad Program in India to Launch in 2015

“We believe Cornell students will emerge from the program … as better global citizens.” — Prof. Andrew Willford...

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Waste Not: Student Aims to Get More Out of Manure

Working on a novel solution to soil nutrient deficiency problems plaguing Kenyan farmers: pyrolyzed poop...

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Beyond Earth Art-Johnson Museum of Art Exhibit January 24- June 8

Contemporary Artists and the Environment