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Workshop

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Borlaug Global Rust Initiative Technical Workshop 2020
A virtual gathering of the world's scientists working in wheat and rust research, delivering innovations to farmers across the world. The Borlaug Global Rust Initiative’s (BGRI) virtual technical workshop will bring together scientists at the...
  • Global Development
  • Food
  • climate change

Seminar

Managing Migrants: Class and Emigration from India
How are sending country governments managing the out-migration or emigration of their citizens and how are migrants reacting to and reshaping sending state actions? This project employs a comparative-historical examination to answer these...
  • Department of Global Development
  • Global Development

Meeting

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How To Be An Antiracist Staff Book Dialogue
In June when President Pollack announced the campus community book read of Ibram X. Kendi’s book, How To Be An Antiracist, we began thinking of ways to engage staff around the complexities presented in the book. We hope you will join us for a...

Meeting

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How To Be An Antiracist Faculty Book Dialogue
In June when President Pollack announced the campus community book read of Ibram X. Kendi’s book, How To Be An Antiracist, we began thinking of ways to engage faculty around the complexities presented in the book. CALS faculty are invited for a...
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Webinar

Verdant Views: Flavorful Herbs of Central and South America
Verdant Views is a new videocast series, hosted by Kevin Moss of Cornell Botanic Gardens. Each episode will focus on a different topic related to plants, gardens, conservation, and the vital connections between plants and peoples around the...
  • Cornell Botanic Gardens
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Seminar

Using integrated landscape management to scale agroforestry: examples from Ecuador
Perspectives in International Development Seminar Series Agroforestry is considered a foundation for multi-functional, socio-ecological landscape transformation. Landscapes where agroforestry is practiced contribute to the full range of goods...
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Webinar

Natives in New York: Two Virtual Field Trips
The Adirondack Chapter of the North American Rock Garden Society is pleased to collaborate with Cornell Botanic Gardens to bring you this special virtual event featuring two presentations on native plants. Our presenters are Cornell Botanic...
  • Cornell Botanic Gardens
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Webinar

Nature Rx: Improving College-Student Mental Health
Stressed out by these uncertain times? Get a healthy dose of outdoor time in nature, says Don Rakow, an associate professor in the Horticulture Section of the School of Integrative Plant Science at Cornell. In a book coauthored with Gregory T...
  • Cornell Botanic Gardens

Seminar

Climate-Smart Agriculture: Why is it needed in developing countries?
Perspectives in International Development Seminar Series In the next three decades, increasing the productivity and incomes from smallholder crop, livestock, fishery, and forestry production systems will be key to achieving global food security...
Jennifer Baka

Seminar

Cracking Appalachia: A Political-Industrial Ecology Perspective
A massive industrial re-development project is underway in the wet gas regions of the Marcellus and Utica shale basins of Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. State governments have been coordinating and competing to establish a global...
  • Department of Global Development
  • Global Development