From the news that soot from cremated human bodies has been falling on homes in Ottawa, Canada to scientists solving wind power's bat-killing problem, a lot happened this week in green. I headed over to Go Green Expo's Eco-Luxe event -- a showcase of upscale eco-friendly products -- and covered what's hot in green fashion at NOW Showcase in New York; Brian caught up with Tom Darden (the CEO of Make it Right), and S. Richard Fedrizzi, the President of the US Green Building Council, at the Clinton Global Initiative, and readers sent in their photos of their composting and vermicomposting systems in our juicy readers 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: UN Summit on Climate Change, PARK(ing) Day, Frankfurt Auto Show, Green Fashion, and More .
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