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Reinventing Farming for a Changing Climate - David Wolfe on NPR's Science Friday. Listen.
Invasive weeds could shed light on climate-coping [Cornell Chronicle 2013-03-13] While other species are expected to suffer from environmental fluctuations, changes in temperature may help invasive weeds expand their ranges.
David Wolfe discusses climate change on WCHU radio 1/24/2013.
National Climate Assessment report released for a public comment by the U.S. Global Change Research Program. The full report draft or specific chapters (e.g., "Northeast", Chapter 16) available here.
2012 is hottest year on record for the Northeast
This is just the beginning - "What we are seeing today is the kind of thing we will see more frequently in the future. There's very little doubt about that," says Cornell professor David Wolfe.
A warmer New York City could be a sicker one - Warm winters favor the mosquito-borne chikungunya virus.
Cornell offers new climate change minor - Open to all undergraduates with no prerequisites for three core courses.
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