The Week in Pictures: U.S. Sewers Dump Illegal Waste, Sushi Fraud At Restaurants, Man Gets 120 Days for Shooting Cyclist, and More (Slideshow)

From the troubling news that 9,400 sewers across the U.S. have illegally dumped untreated human waste, hazardous chemicals, and other dangerous materials into clean rivers and lakes over the past three years, to the news that Charles Diaz, who shot a cyclist in the head, was sentenced to 120 days, a lot happened this week in green. The results of a genetic research project found that more than half of tuna ordered from 31 restaurants were "misrepresented" or selling endangered southern bluefin tuna, the world's first osmotic power plant opened in Norway, and readers sent in photos of their favorite antiques and heirlooms for our weekly slideshow. 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. And if you missed it, view last week's The Week in Pictures: Rot-Proof Apple, Surprises at GreenBuild, Bacteria Lights Up Landmines, and More .

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