Here The Daily Green brings you a handful of the items that caught the eyes of its editors this week. It's The Daily Green's weekly guide to good stuff around the Web.
Settle the tomato-is-it-a-fruit-or-a-vegetable debate once and for all. Check out this Venn diagram of confusing foods and take this (fruitables? vegit?) fruit or veg online quiz. (SF Weekly)
Behold! The mysterious (and ugly) Hoki fish -- the fish used in McDonald's Filet-O-Fish sandwich. It seems they may not be as sustainable as once thought. (SF Gate)
Volunteer this month to keep the country looking and feeling great with the Keep America Beautiful program. This year's theme -- Green Starts Here, encouraging people to build more sustainable communities. We like! (Keep America Beautiful)
Tragic story: A baby survived being shot in the chest resulting from her parents' global warming suicide pact. (Daily Mail)
The Repower America campaign encourages the country to transition to clean renewable energy. Jump on board! (Repower America)
Put April 8 in your calendar -- it's TOM's Shoes Third Annual One Day Without Shoes, an annual event to raise awareness about the impact of going barefoot on children. (One Day Without Shoes)
6 million bottles of beer on the wall -- so why not make a house out of them, like this guy in Quilmes, Argentina? And if you like that, why not check out these other homes made out of crazy materials? (Huffington Post)
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