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.
They're extinct in the wild, but now the first scimitar-horned oryx has been born at the National Zoo's conservation center in Washington D.C. It's the first oryx birth in 13 years. (Huffington Post)
So ... which illegal drug is best for the environment? Really. (Slate)
Al Gore saves the Earth -- in comic book form! A new comic book features Al crusading on behalf of Mother Earth against the evils of polluters and Rush Limbaugh. Seriously. (Ecorazzi)
A last minute emergency guide to eco-friendly vegan Mother's Day gifts. (Girlie Girl Army)
How popular are "Meatless Mondays"? Even meat man extraordinaire Mario Batali has signed on! All 14 of his restaurants will offer at least two vegetarian options each and every Monday. (PETA)
What does it mean to make sustainable automobiles? Does sustainable transportation mean better cars or fewer cars? (Grist)
A new book The Animal Review gives animals grades. Mountain goats get a B+ (well, they can breed at high altitudes) while pandas earn an F (they hardly ever mate and they eat bamboo, which their bodies can't digest). (MNN)
And speaking of pandas -- they might get Fs for bad breeding but they get As for total cuteness. Check out this picture of a new mama panda and her cub. (Buzzfeed)
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