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Sustainable Water Filling Stations Premiere at Cornell's End of the Year Event

Facilities Management creates sustainable solutions to the water demand during Slope Day...

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Moving In, Students Absorb Lessons on Dealing With Drought

Residence Hall Assistants at Cornell University are spreading the word

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Cornell Officials Prepare for Consequences of Summer Drought

Emphasis on assessing and responding to reduced water supply from the drought.

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Campus Water-Use Restrictions Remain in Effect

The university has engaged key campus leaders to identify additional strategies to reduce water consumption across campus...

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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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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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Student Team Supports Sustainable, Collaborative Development

The aim of the project is to help increase the sustainability of the community by allowing them to harvest their own food...

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Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist Sheryl WuDunn ’81 Discusses China’s Shortcomings in Lecture

Although China is a global leader in renewable technologies, overcoming its environmental problems is not simple...

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Cornell Water Tests Safe Despite Lead Controversy Nearby

Because of our historically low results for lead and copper, Cornell is on a reduced monitoring frequency of sampling every three years...