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Op Ed: The Green Beat Takes a Beating

The recent cuts to environment and climate reporting at the nation’s largest dailies have been roundly criticized...

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Invasive Weeds Could Shed Light on Climate-Coping

Understanding invasive weeds' well-honed coping mechanisms could inform strategies for ecological management...

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Ithaca Journal Features Story on NYS Renewable Energy Conversion: Possible and Profitable

Cornell researchers contribute to plan for reducing all of New York State's fossil fuel use by 2030...

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Grad Student Helps Women Rebuild Rwanda with Mushrooms

Student is promoting mushroom cultivation as a high-yielding crop that can empower women and help remediate deforestation...

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Op Ed: Tap Water vs. Bottled Water at Cornell?

Let's consider quality, regulation, and impact of water choices...

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Record-Breaking Rice Yield Prompts Professor Uphoff to Promote Cultivation Technique

Instead of using GM, new technique studies the entire system of a plant and manipulates the environment it grows in...

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Students Deliver Letters to Skorton, Demand That Cornell Divest

Students gathered outside Day Hall Monday to present handwritten letters calling for the University to divest from the fossil fuel industry...

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Cornell Economists Call on Washington to Enact Carbon Tax

Two Cornell economists state instituting a tax on carbon dioxide emissions will benefit the environment and play a pivotal role in the nation's economic recovery...

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Ecology House Takes the LEAD!

Finish CAMPUS CONSERVATION NATIONALS STRONG!