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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...

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Researchers Find Regions in Three States Suitable for Geothermal Energy

New information will help Cornell facilities specialists and Cornell research engineers to analyze potential extraction strategies and designs for the use of this energy...

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Design Ingenuity Cures Health Care Building Energy Waste

Historic data shows that current trends in energy consumption indicate a need to accelerate the sustainability movement in health care...

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Cornell Student Assembly Discusses Sustainability, Course Enrollment and Online Forum

We talk a lot about becoming more sustainable, and I think it is time we put our money where our mouth is...

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Professor Discusses Causes and Implications of Climate Change in Seminar

Around 10 gigatons of carbon were released into the atmosphere this year, making 2015 the warmest on record...

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‘Climate Change and Clean Energy’ Panel is Feb. 26

Discussion topics likely will include activism, policy, science, communications, employment in the climate change era, and how academia intersects climate problems and solutions...

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Researchers Seek Efficient Means of Splitting Water

Hydrogen from these reactions could power vehicles with clean-burning hydrogen fuel cells...

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First Self-Assembled Superconductor Structure Created

There’s this effort in research to get superconducting at higher temperatures, so that you don’t have to cool anymore...

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Campus Water: New Cooling Loops Save Millions of Gallons

The new system, built for about $42,000, saves the university $24,000 annually in water, sewer and treatment costs...