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This Week In Green: Trees That Could Replace Gravestones; The Dangers of the New Hole in the Ozone; and Self-Cleaning Cotton

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Our favorite blog posts and news stories from the ecosphere.

Out On a Limb
Yes, the name is kind of cheesy (Poetree), but this funeral urn/headstone/tree planter we read about on Treehugger is the greatest green burial idea we've seen.

Flower Power
A new art exhibit called "The Moving Garden" at the Brooklyn Museum is encouraging visitors to take a flower and give it to a stranger. See photos at WNYC.

Hole-y Crap
There's a second hole in the ozone, and Popular Science explains why this one is kind of a big deal.

Weird Wheels
According to Inhabitat, the Japanese have unveiled a poop-powered motorcycle. Yup. Poop.

The Self-Cleaning Fabric of Our Lives?
Good news for lazy college students everywhere: scientists at UC Davis have developed a type of cotton that kills bacteria when exposed to light, says Ecouterre.

A Few Steps Above
The New York Times tells us about escalators that can feed the grid: hopefully coming to a shopping mall near you.

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