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.
You think you've seen nature photography before? You've never seen it like this. (Treehugger)
Sure it looks like a famous Georges Seurat painting, but it's actually made out of cans -- 106,000 cans -- the number used in the U.S. every 30 seconds. Check out this and other glorious garbage art. (Discover Magazine)
There's another way to wash your sweat-soaked sports bra. Take it in the shower with you -- and save a washing machine load. (Fit Sugar)
Are the Eastern beaches washing away? One EPA scientist thinks so. See what he says and why no one seems to be listening. (Slate)
Clear your pantry, and the rest will follow. A handy guide to cleaning out your kitchen cabinets so you'll live a healthier, happier life - promise! (Girlie Girl Army)
Clorox says that Method doesn't own the daisy symbol. Method agrees - and says Clorox doesn't own it either - Mother Earth does. What do you think? (Vote Daisy)
What would Jamie Oliver pack for your kid's lunch? Do your kid's lunches stack up? (MNN)
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