From the news that E. coli can be used to recover uranium from tainted waters and clean up nuclear waste to the first 'living' building grown in Germany, a lot happened this week in green. Matt heard from Barack Obama, Al Gore, and more at the UN Summit on Climate Change and Brian sat down with Bill Clinton at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York; Jacob checked out the 2009 Frankfurt Auto Show in Germany, and around the globe artists, activists, and citizens transformed metered parking spaces into public parks and other social spaces, as part of an annual event called PARK(ing) Day. 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: Tick Saliva May Cure Cancer, Isabella Rossellini's Insect Sex, Green Fashion, and More.
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