The Week in Pictures: Mass Grave Discovered at Chinese Zoo, Student-Built Eco Car Gets 2,487.5 MPG, Gasoline-Powered Alarm Clock Approved by Energy Star, and More (Slideshow)

From the news that a mass grave containing the remains of "more than 30 animals, including rare white tigers and lions" was discovered at a Chinese zoo to New York City chef Daniel Angerer's menu offering Mother's Milk Cheese - made from his spouse's breast milk, a lot happened this week in green. The Government Accountability Office conducted a secret evaluation of the EPA's Energy Star program by submitting 20 fake products and the results are shocking; Students built a vehicle that achieves 2,487.5 miles per gallon, and research shows that within 5 Years, tires could be made from sugar cane, corn, or switchgrass instead of oil. Find out what else happened in the world of green this week in our photo roundup of most popular, most important, and most oddball stories.

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