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For families in western and central New York hurt by severe economic conditions brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, relief is on the way – in the form of cold milk, delivered to local food banks.

More communities can protect their residents from water shutoffs, through oversight or publicly owned water utilities, according to a new policy research paper co-authored by Mildred Warner, professor of city and regional planning.

Cornell Atkinson has announced its first two Rapid Response Fund grants aimed at helping find solutions to issues created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

A Cornell senior research associate served as a consultant to members of the New York State Senate on the Outdoor Rx Act, a bill that seeks to make it easier for veterans to access New York state’s scenic and restorative outdoor spaces.

A Cornell researcher is part of a multi-institution team helping upstate New York organic farmers grow and increase profitability of perennial grain crops, which can be planted once and will yield grain for multiple years.

Wildlife veterinarian Steven Osofsky finds ways to allow wild animals such as zebra and wild buffalo to rediscover ancient migration routes through southern Africa while helping cattle farmers to make a living.

Given that greenhouse gases still warm the atmosphere and climate change disrupts oceanic hydrology, the forecast for drought looks grim, according to a Cornell paper in Science.

To address the plastic environmental crisis, Cornell chemists have developed a new polymer for a marine setting that is poised to degrade by ultraviolet radiation.

In a special climate change issue of the Review of Financial Studies, nine new research papers – including two from Cornell – have staked new territory for scholarly study: finance sustainability.