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.
Faster than a speeding bullet! The coolest and most innovative high speed trains from around the world. (Huffington Post)
Eat better and bring about world peace? Hey, it's worth a shot. (Girlie Girl Army)
Put down that cookie -- it could kill you! A look at seemingly harmless foods that aren't. (Treehugger)
You're smart -- put it to good use by being a part of The Hive, an online community of folks aiming to solve practical problems. (Slate)
Finally some good news for the troubled Tasmanian Devil: it seems some are immune to the contagious face cancer that's wiping out the population. (MNN)
New dead zones in oceans concern scientists. (Greenopia)
In the last 60 years the cost of food goods has gone down, but that's been at a high cost to our health. Watch this video to see what we mean. (Good Magazine)
And in the worst of the week category -- this article from the New York Times exclaims that fur is back. Blech. (New York Times)
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