The Trickiness Of Tracking Severe Weather

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Meet The Energy-Saving Gadgets Of The Future

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A Tale Of Two Coastlines, Skirted By Swelling Seas

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Bidding Farewell to Lonesome George

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Only Luxembourgers eat more meat per person than Americans. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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A Nation Of Meat Eaters: See How It All Adds Up

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Colum McCann Links Communities With Storytelling

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Fifty miles south of the U.S.- Mexico border, the Colorado River Delta and its once-rich estuary wetlands --€” reduced by 95 percent since the river was restricted by dams --€” are now as parched as the surrounding Sonoran Desert. Peter McBride hide caption

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As Colorado River Dries Up, The West Feels The Pain

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Tropical Storm Debby Saturates Florida

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Reviving Extinct Species May Not Be Science Fiction

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Seeking The Micro, Scientists Find The Big Picture

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Researchers Observe Climate Change, First-Hand

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Researchers measure the Eklutna glacier in Alaska to see how long the water it provides will last. The glacier supplies Anchorage with both drinking water and hydro power. Annie Feidt for NPR hide caption

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Alaska Glacier Studied For Clues On Water Supply

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U.N. General Assembly President Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, Brazil's Secretary of the Conference Luis Figueiredo Machado and Rio+20 Secretary General Sha Zukang attend the closing ceremony of the Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro on Friday. Andre Penner/AP hide caption

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Rio+20 Summit Sustains Little More Than Sentiment

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Shell says it hopes to never need to use its new 300-foot-long, $100 million oil recovery ship named Nanuq for anything other than drills and training. Richard Harris/NPR hide caption

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Shell Faces Pushback As Alaska Drilling Nears

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A nearly 70-foot dock that was torn loose from a fishing port in northern Japan by last year's tsunami washed ashore on Agate Beach in Oregon. Marine scientists have found potentially invasive species among the 100 tons of marine life that traveled aboard the dock. Oregon Department of Parks and Recreation/AP hide caption

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As Tsunami Debris Crosses Pacific, Dangers Emerge

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