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.
Americans could all be neighbors, waste much less and live on a plot of land the size of a small state -- according to this super cool infographic. (Buzzfeed)
What's so funny? Laughing hyena's laughs decoded.(Treehugger)
This April Fool's joke totally got us: Omnivore's Dilemma author Michael Pollan and Fast Food Nation author Eric Schlosser go on the record in support of fast-food chain Wendy's new "grass-fed beef" initiative. (Grist)
Which is worse for you -- bacon or bagels? The answer may surprise you! (Mother Nature Network)
We're not a fan of 3-D movies (they make us nauseous!) but we do like these new biodegradable and compostable 3-D glasses! (Ecorazzi)
You were looking for an excuse to purchase some new beauty products: Elemis is donating 100% of the net proceeds of their exotic lime and ginger travel duo to CARE's (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief) Climate Change Initiative Fund. (Elemis)
You like tea and you love a deal -- that's why we think you'll dig this special offer from organic tea purveyor l'Âge de Thé for Daily Green readers: Get 20 percent off your tea order by using the code DAILYGREEN20 when you check out. (l'Âge de Thé)
Worst of the worst: Ever wonder who's behind all the anti-climate change rhetoric? Read this new report from Greenpeace on Koch Industries. (Huffington Post)
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