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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...

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Campus Celebrates Sustainability Month throughout April

April marks the 8th annual Sustainability Month on campus, featuring dozens of events...

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Provost and Acting President Kotlikoff Confirms Pledge to 2035 Carbon Neutrality

The new plan will seek to develop “broader and more implemental” steps toward a goal of sustainability...

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Cornell University Assembly Tables Request for Information on Cost of Carbon Neutrality

Many people on campus feel that Cornell should make a stand on recognizing the importance of global warming and the importance of carbon neutrality...

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Extension Trains Students to Create Climate for Change

The summit is a perfect fit for Cooperative Extension’s mission of youth development and leadership...

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Humanities Professors Discuss Implications of Sustainability

Sustainability introduces the future as something that must always be considered in the present, yet operates within its own timeframe...

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TCAT Bus Service Changes: Opportunity to Provide Feedback

Four public information sessions planned...

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Op Ed: Don’t Let Paris be Another Kyoto, Divest from Fossil Fuels!

It is high-time that Cornell’s Board of Trustees acknowledge that divestment and carbon neutrality are two sides of the same coin...

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Team Aids Mountain Societies Facing Climate Change

Indigenous societies are at the vanguard of climate-change impacts – yet none of these societies contributed to its causes...

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$24M Grant Aims to Combat Global Wheat Crop Threats

A recent Food and Agriculture Organization study warns that climate change is expected to reduce yields of wheat and other major crops and fuel the spread of wheat pathogens...