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.
A Sticky Situation: A European design collective makes complex and beautiful web sculptures out of tons and tons of packing tape. Take that, Spiderman! (Fast Company)
Good Day, Sunshine: A solar energy bill in New York could generate up to 22,000 new jobs and boost the economy by up to $20 billion. (Grist)
Shaveworthy, Eh?: Eos shaving cream asks who's "shaveworthy" in your life. Tell them and get free samples of their paraben-free product. (Eos)
A Delicious Date With Destiny: Not eating sugar but over agave? Try this date syrup recipe for a sassy new sweetener. (Re-Nest)
Harmful Traditions: Age-old Amish farming techniques are totally destroying the Chesapeake Bay. (Grist)
Double Duty: You need a coffee table that doubles as a paper shredder, right? We thought so. (Treehugger)
Global WHAT?: A handy graphic breaks down global warming. Environmental disaster has never been so funny. (New York Times)
BP Messes Up Again: It turns out that BP execs can't handle coffee spills, either. (Daily What)
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