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Cornell Experience Draws Alumni to 'Perfect Fit' with Land Conservation Group

9 Cornell alumni help lead the The Trust for Public Land

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Sea Grant Holds City of Water Day in Big Apple

On July 20, New York Sea Grant (NYSG) expanded its Discover Clean and Safe Boating Campaign into New York City for the first time...

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Venice Exhibit Aims to Keep Island Afloat

The Polynesian island nation of Tuvalu will someday be swallowed by the ocean as the first victim of a rising ocean level caused by global warming...

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Plantations Seeks to Control Invasive Plants and Pests

Director Todd Bittner has adopted an adaptive management framework that involves evaluating the issue and implementing strategies...

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President Skorton on Climate Commitment

Skorton signed the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment (PCC) following heavy lobbying by the student environmental group Kyoto Now!

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Mann LED Elevator Lighting Energy Conservation Project Saves $1,000 and 7 tons of CO2e Annually

Energy Management staff collaborated with student group Energy Corps at Cornell University (ECCU) to replace elevator lighting...

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Student Researches the Ecology of Grape-Growing with Cornell Cooperative Extension

Matthew Gura '14 blogs about his research on leaching of pollutants and fertilizers into groundwater in vineyards at Long Island Research and Extension Center...

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Student Studies Changing Ecology of Ethiopia

Ph.D candidate is working with indigenous communities to swap out indigenous crops...

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From the Grounds Up, Study Seeks Sustainable 'Java'

Cornell professors seek to brew agricultural, environmental and economic sustainability together for the world’s smallholder coffee bean growers...

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Teachers Tackle Bioenergy in Weeklong Course on Campus

The teachers learn how society could use plants and other forms of biomass to meet the nation’s growing energy demands...