Climate-proof your garden

Bring sustainability into your own back (or front!) yard with these essential gardening tips from the Cornell Botanic Gardens.

Let's grow 🌱

The 2030 Project: A Cornell Climate Initiative

Learn about a transformative, university-wide initiative working to do the greatest good for global sustainability and accelerate climate solutions.

Reduce, reuse, recycle, read ♻

Protecting animals around the globe

From Ithaca to the plains of southern Africa, the Cornell Wildlife Health Center is working to heal the natural world.

Dr. Sara Childs-Sanford performs a recheck examination on a bobcat in August 2017, to ensure a surgically repaired leg fracture is healing properly.

“We’re not just studying a rare species somewhere in the jungle. We’re trying to make sure it’s there in 100 years, and 1,000 years.” —Steve Osofsky, DVM ’89, the Jay Hyman Professor of Wildlife Health & Health Policy

Mission Sustainability 🌱

Residential sustainability leaders at Orientation 2019

“Mission Sustainability” is an online module designed to orient all incoming students to the many faces of sustainability at Cornell.

University-wide sustainability

Seeds of Survival and Celebration

Seeds of Survival exhibit

An exhibit at the Cornell Botanic Gardens explores the knowledge, skill, and resilience of enslaved Africans, their descendants, and today’s Black community and their deep connections to plants and the cuisines they inspired.

Earth Day crafts: Upcycle your old Cornell tee shirts! 👕

Upcycled Cornell tee shirt wall art.

Have some old Cornell tee shirts lying around? Download our super-simple guide to upcycling them into Big Red wall art, a cozy pillow, or a no-sew reusable bag!