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Environment

Our stories cover science, technology, engineering, mathematics, the natural world and the environment

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Geo answer

The answer to today's geo quiz is New Zealand's North Island, where conservationists struggled to save two pygmy sperm whales stranded on the island's eastern coast. The World's David Leveille has the story.

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Robert Bryce

Author Robert Bryce talks to Faith about why it may be near impossible for America to achieve energy independence, as told in his new book, "Gusher of Lies."

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INSpot.org

Faith talks to Deb Levine, executive director of INSpot, a web site that allows people to notify past sexual partners that they might have an STD.

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Geo answer

Today's Geo Quiz asked you to name one of Norway's northernmost towns, on the island of Spitsbergen in the Arctic Ocean. The answer is Longyearbyen. Residents there have just emerged from their long "polar night" when the sun never rises for months. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from Irene Gustafson, a tourism specialist in the Norwegian town.

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Daylight savings

Faith talks to Laura Grant, a PhD student at UC Santa Barbara, about why she thinks Daylight Savings Time actually uses more electricity, instead of less.

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Robot bouncer

Faith talks to Rufus Terrill, owner of O'Terrill's Bar in Atlanta, about the remote-controlled robot he's invented to fight crime in his neighborhood.

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Carbon cowboys

Living on Earth's Ashley Ahearn heads out to the Montana range to take a look at how ranchers are using their land to absorb the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide, and make some money on the carbon offset market in the process.

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