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“The President and I went on this long trip,” said Michelle Obama in People. “We were in many, many countries. And the number one question I got as the First Lady from world leaders — they were all excited about this garden.”
She was referring, of course, to the new organic White House Kitchen Garden.
Alec Baldwin is going green, but — make no mistake — he doesn’t find it glamorous.
“I drive a Prius out in L.A.,” the The 30 Rock star said recently. “It’s interesting because, while I’m glad to be part of that solution, it’s not the kind of car I would normally drive. I’d go for a Mercedes S500. Now that’s a car.”
The follow-up to Al Gore’s best-seller, An Inconvenient Truth, will hit store shelves this fall — and it has a new name.
Publisher Rodale Books announced today that the former vice president’s book — now called Our Choice — will be out on November 3.
In one of my first jobs out of college (at a magazine that shall remain nameless) I sat near one of the senior editors, who — when he wasn’t sleeping at his desk (he actually snored!) — would cut his finger nails every Friday. While I sat — trying to concentrate — in my cubicle, he was perched in his superplush office clip, clip, clipping away.
Ladies and gents: The entertainment world is changing.
A week after telling you that Fox’s hit series 24 has gone green, I’m happy to report that the world’s first entirely eco-friendly movie premiere will take place this Sunday.
Jack Bauer really is trying to save the world.
A year ago, the folks behind Fox’s hit TV show ‘24′ boldly announced that they were going to reduce their carbon footprint — and wanted viewers to do the same. Now 365 days later, the show’s producers say they’ve “far exceeded” their goals and will be the first TV show ever to achieve carbon neutrality.
Well this is a title I suspect he’d rather not have!
It was announced today that British Prime Minister Gordon Brown causes more greenhouse-gas emissions than other major European leaders, reports the French environmental magazine Terra Eco.
Academy Award-winning directors Joel and Ethan Coen are always up for a challenge — after all, they’ve worked with notorious prankster George Clooney on three different movies! — but this time they’re taking on the coal industry.
The filmmaking duo have directed a new TV spot for an environmental coalition that’s trying to demolish the notion that there’s anything clean about so-called “clean coal.”