Cornell supports research, scholarship, and the practical application of knowledge that address one of humankind's greatest challenges: achieving a sustainable world for all.
Emerging Ideas in Sustainability
From Glaciers to Generations
Through the month of October, photojournalist Gary Braasch will present powerful images of climate change across the planet in a lecture, seminars for the Tatkon Center and Development Sociology, and exhibits in the Mann Library Gallery and Nevin Center. Braasch has traveled from the polar regions to the Himalayas and the Great Barrier Reef, witnessing the effects of global warming.
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