Trouble In Paradise: Hawaii Waits For Drought Relief

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Heat Waves Are Bad For (Even The Healthiest) Lungs

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U.S. Weighs Grades For Car Fuel Economy

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Gulf Residents Hope for Quick Compensation

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Leonid Burmistrov, a researcher at the Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry, stands amid orange "sorbus" or "mountain ash." This fruit and others could be destroyed if the Russian government sells the land in the village of Pavlovsk. David Greene/NPR hide caption

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Researchers Fight To Save Fruits Of Their Labor

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BP Assures Governors It Will Restore The Gulf

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Disappointed By Congress, EPA Pursues Climate Change

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Adirondack Waters Welcome Paddlers Back

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Floods Head For The Sea Over Pakistan Farmlands

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David Schulte, a marine biologist with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, is trying to engineer a recovery for Chesapeake Bay oysters. He has developed a small reef area to provide a habitat for oysters in one of the bay's tributaries. Elizabeth Shogren/NPR hide caption

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Shelling Out For A Chesapeake Bay Oyster Comeback

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Filmmaker Says Katrina No Natural Disaster

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Federal Investigators Probe Gulf Blowout

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Deep In Gulf Water, Bacteria Are Eating Spilled Oil

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