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Scientists, economists aim to make China ag self-sustaining

To reduce global atmospheric greenhouse gas, Cornell food systems expert Mario Herrero shows how China must develop more sustainable, international agricultural trade.

Transdisciplinary film explores Trinidad and Tobago

"We Love We Self Up Here" is a documentary film that's an extension of Cornell's fall 2019 Mellon Collaborative Seminar titled Atmospheric Pressures: Climate Imaginaries and Migration in the Caribbean.

Grad students brew Cornell-themed beer from NYS ingredients

It’s got Finger Lakes hops, malt and cherries, plus Cornell maple syrup. Introducing ‘Gorges Libe-ation,’ a red ale developed by grad students and chock full of New York.

Cornell scientists to join team for live volcanic eruption

Associate professor Esteban Gazel and grad student Kyle Dayton will join a team of international researchers at the newly erupted Cumbre Vieja volcano in the Canary Islands.

More than 99.9% of studies agree: Humans caused climate change

More than 99.9% of peer-reviewed scientific papers agree that climate change is mainly caused by humans, according to a new survey of 88,125 climate-related studies.

Electric sheep: Grazing in arrays supports economy, climate

A new USDA-funded project seeks to increase coordination and logistical services for farmers grazing sheep under solar arrays.

Student-designed ‘TCAT to Trails’ map plots path to nature

Enjoy area trails, parks, natural beauty and autumnal wonder, with no need for a car: Just lace up your hiking boots and leave the driving to the TCAT bus system.

Designer Shares Her Love of Sustainable Luxury

Mimi Prober will serve as designer-in-residence at the Jill Stuart Gallery from Oct. 13 to Nov. 9. She will meet with students, critique their work and exhibit her own. She will also create a new garment made from pieces that were slated to be retired from the Cornell Fashion + Textile Collection.

Around Cornell

Agribusiness vies with democracy in California, book says

A new book, “In the Struggle: Scholars and the Fight Against Industrial Agribusiness in California,” by Scott J. Peters and Daniel J. O’Connell, weaves together the stories of eight scholar-activists who opposed agribusiness consolidation in California.