Meeting The Nation’s Bioenergy Goals

National Public Radio: IRA FLATOW, host: This is SCIENCE FRIDAY from NPR. I'm Ira Flatow. The first tendrils of the creeping oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico are lapping against the wetlands of the Mississippi Delta, threatening many types of birds that nest and breed there. It could imperil manatees, dolphins, shellfish, plankton. I could go on with all the - you all know the marine life that lives in the Gulf. And President Obama announced today to delay offshore drilling until some of the ......

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