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.
Totally Tubular: A modular house that rolls with you, in every sense of the word. You've got to see it to believe it. (Re-Nest)
A Bitter End: Thanks to alien fish species and nylon nets, the alaotra grebe, a native of Madagascar, is now extinct. (Mother Nature News)
Dangerous Air: "No civilians or service member should be exposed to the toxic air that spews from these burn pits," says a spokesperson with Disabled American Veterans, of the increasingly toxic air caused by trash fires in Afghanistan. (Salon)
Ethical Eats: Can you find an ethical way to eat meat? Portland, Ore, butcher Berlin Reed thinks so. (Grist)
Proper Punishment: One man asks: What's the best way to punish BP for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill? Your suggestions are appreciated. (Slate)
Ad Attack: Talk about sending the wrong message: A round up of environmental ads that got it all wrong. (Grist)
Vital Vegan Vittles: Have you tried vegan seitan barbecue wings yet? You really, really should.(Girlie Girl Army)
Into the Slick: Divers descend into the Gulf of Mexico oil spill - an exclusive look. (Treehugger)
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