Because living like a celebrity doesn’t have to cost the Earth…
We’re big fans of eco-friendly beauty products, so we were bloody delighted when Alicia Silverstone launched her own line. The Clueless actress is already a well-known vegan and environmental campaigner and now she’s going a bit Fifty Shades of Grey on us and promoting the Leaf eco-friendly vibrator. We have to admit, seeing the actress branch out from her girl next door image for such a good cause definitely makes us want to plant a big fat kiss on her face.
Cate Blanchett and her husband are currently artistic directors of the Sydney Theatre Company, and she installed several green systems to make the whole place sustainable. The rooftops are covered in solar panels, and they reuse rainwater too (just like she does at home!). She even once invested in the solar company Sungevity and got in row with the Australian government.
The pretty actress flawlessly batted away critsicm saying: ”Everyone will benefit if we protect the environment. I can’t look my children in the face if I’m not trying to do something in my small way and to urge other people. Yes, I’ve been fortunate in my career but that’s no reason not to stand up for something that I deeply believe in.” We couldn’t agree more!
Lady Gaga can’t seem to get anything right. First we hear she’s launching her own brand of bottled water – which is both unnesecary and wasteful – and then she made some ridiculous comments about fur. After being pictured in yet another fur ensemble, the Bad Romance singer said: ”I am choosing not to comment on whether or not the furs I purchase are faux fur-pile or real because I would think it hypocritical not to acknowledge the python, ostrich, cow hide, leather, lamb, alligator, ‘kermit’ and not to mention meat, that I have already worn.”
Here’s an idea for you Gaga – why not just ditch all of the animal products and then people will stop asking?
Here comes the science bit…
GC articles show you one of four ways (the one in bold) to live greener…
Pics: PA Images