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Permaculture Garden Grows Food for Trillium

Trillium will use food grown in the garden adjacent to Kennedy Hall...

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Obama Takes Aim at Changing Climate

President Obama addresses climate issues at a speech at Georgetown...

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Agriculture and Climate Change Meet at New Institute

Allison Morrill Chatrchyan becomes the Cornell Institute for Climate Change and Agriculture's first director Sept. 1.

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Teachers Delve into Global Water and Culture Issues

50 middle and high school teachers attended an International Studies Summer Institute (ISSI) at Cornell called The Cultural Geography of Water, June 24-26...

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Faculty Brief Congress, Alumni on Chemical Risks

Faculty fellows in Cornell’s Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future said the chemical industry and government regulators should do more to ensure that chemicals found in many consumer products are safe...

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Cornell to Begin Collaborative Research in Paraguay

Research will assess causes of pollution and model eutrophication and sedimentation in lakes...

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Two Student Teams Win Coveted EPA Prize

Two Cornell student teams – a cookstove fuel/biochar group and the AguaClara water filtration project – won the U.S. EPA's prestigious People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) Award June 19...

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Building Downtown: New Zoning Encourages Sustainable Development

The new zoning package encourages growth and development in Ithaca’s urban heart by increasing the opportunity for added height and volume on key blocks within the Central Business District...

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Finger Lakes Land Trust to Acquire Wetlands in Schuyler County

Property, just south of Seneca Lake, cited as important bird habitat...

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Spread of Asian Mosquitoes Could Fuel Disease Outbreaks

The Asian tiger mosquito is moving north as climate changes...