The Week in Pictures: Winning Wildlife Photo is a Fake, Organic Cotton Controversy, 'Extremist' Eco Activists, Apple's iPad Tablet, and More (Slideshow)

From the news that the award winning photo from the Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is a fake to the UK's Ministry of Justice, who have listed environmental protesters and activists alongside al Qaeda terrorists in its system for classifying 'extremists', a lot happened this week in green. Researchers have developed a Venus Flytrap that eats radioactive waste instead of flies, Better Place raises $350 million for electric car charging stations, and the German edition of the Financial Times newspaper reported on an alleged "organic cotton fraud" by European brands H&M;, C&A;, and Tchibo. 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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