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Biochar Reduces Nasty Nitrous Oxide Emissions on Farms

Cornell scientists have discovered that biochar, a charcoal-like substance, reduces the nemesis nitrous oxide from agricultural soil on average by about 55% and stanches emissions into the atmosphere...

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Cornell’s NYS Agricultural Experiment Station to Receive $4.7 Million

Cornell’s New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, N.Y., will receive $4.7 million to help it renovate its greenhouse buildings..

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Students Put a Price on Trees for Arbor Day

This Arbor Day (4/26/13) Cornell horticulture students are hanging bright green “price tags” on trunks around the Ag Quad and in an Ithaca park to show the value of ecosystem services...

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Natural Resources Building Opens to Praise, Excitement After Renovations

Fernow Hall met with enthusiasm from students, professors...

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Like food? Like the planet? Do you enjoy getting covered in compost?

Apply for the Cornell Dining Student Sustainability Coordinator ...

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Still Looking for a Summer Job? Try Get Your GreenBack Tompkins!

This summer work-study job is in business and sustainability outreach...

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On Earth Day, Lecturer Urges 'Rethink, Restore, Reconnect'

Peter Kareiva of the Nature Conservancy was this year's Iscol lecturer...

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Visiting Professor at Cornell Encourages Vertical Farming in Buildings

Prof. Emeritus Dickson Despommier, Columbia University, spoke about vertical farming to solve the planet’s climate issues...

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Op Ed: Oversimplifying Divestment

A student discusses the City of thaca's divestment from fossil fuels...

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AguaClara competes for $90,000 in EPA Research Grant Competition

After winning $15,000 in research grants from Phase I of the EPA P3 competition, AguaClara returned to D.C. last weekend to compete for $90,000 in Phase II...