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Cornell Emergency Team Restricts Water Usage, Warns Drought Could Mandate ‘Water Rationing’

If current trends continue, there will not be enough potable — clean and treated — water to meet typical demands...

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City of Ithaca to Push Water Conservation as Reservoir Dwindles

The amount of water it's taking in is less than or equal to the amount that's going out...

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Cornell Summer Course Maps History, Future of Green Cities

An effort to frame the possibilities and real-world workings of the next stage of human civilization for high school students...

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4 Key Questions About the Drought and the City of Ithaca's Response

Exploring the City of Ithaca's most pressing challenges during the summer drought...

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Cornell Issues Water Use Restrictions as Drought Worsens

If we don’t reduce our overall water consumption, we may have insufficient potable water to supply the demands of campus this August...

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ECO's Second Dialogue: Putting Action Into Climate Action!

Speakers of different backgrounds, but with a shared passion for leading sustainable initiatives, shared its difficulties and successes...

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Neighborhood Mini-Grant Application Deadline Approaching-Deadline: June 1, 2016

Sustainable Tompkins Neighborhood Mini-grant program aids with initiatives promoting environmental sustainability and social and economic vitality in Tompkins County...

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Cornell Professor Considers Impact of Climate Change Policies on Poor

Accepting that curbing carbon emissions is the right thing to do from the point of view of future generations, what do you do if the only policy instruments available to you make the poor worse off...

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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...