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Cami Hallett
Cami Hallett • 2 years ago

Penelope Cruz has been mobilising the Hollywood community to campaign on issues ranging from world poverty (RED and One campaign) to human rights. More recently, she has joined the ecological debate. A supporter of Global Green, she launched the Red Carpet/Green Cars Oscar campaign and is a leading advocate of its Greenest City challenge, which sees cities across the US compete to win a fleet of eco-friendly cabs.

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Penelope Cruz is involved with green causes, like Global Green and the Greenest City challenge. She has worn vintage dresses to various events and also works with other human rights organizations.

Natalie Portman has been described as one of the most eco-friendly celebrities. She has worked on a documentary about endangered gorillas, designed a vegan shoe line, and wears a recycled, conflict free engagement ring!

George Clooney uses his fame and influence to advocate for the refugees in Darfur, and is a co-founder of Not On Our Watch, an organisation which works to stop the genocide in Sudan. He has supported campaigns dedicated to women, children, peace, the environment, and poverty, such as Bono's ONE Campaign.

Tom Hanks is an investor in electric vehicles, and advocates the search for and implementation of alternative fuels as part of his support for environmental protection. He has also volunteered for the Nature Conservancy, campaigning to maintain wilderness areas.

Robert Redford, spent 30 years on the board of the Natural Resources Defense Council, described by The New York Times as “One of the nation's most powerful environmental groups.” Redford has campaigned on behalf of local initiatives to address climate change, lobbied Congress in support of environmental legislation, fought for wilderness preservation, and has been promoting solar energy since the 1970s.

Johnny Depp is involved with a variety of charities supporting children and those in need, such as the Sophie's Gift and the Great Ormond Street Hospital. He is involved with the Environmental Justice Foundation which campaigns to end abuses associated with cotton production, and aims to transform his 35-acre island into a self-sustaining habitat run on solar-hydrogen power.

Adam Levine of Maroon 5 at the Global Green USA Pre-Oscar Celebration to Benefit Global Warming

Leilani Munter is a biology graduate turned race car driver whose mission is to ensure every race car uses clean, renewable biofuels and every race track has a recycling program. She has also campaigned against the inhumane capitivity and slaughter of dolphins.

Orlando Bloom has been part of Global Green, an environmental company which supports green building projects. He has renovated his London home to include solar panels, recycled materials and energy-saving lightbulbs.

Sachin Tendulkar, known as the Master Blaster, was named "The greatest living exponent of his craft" by TIME magazine. Tendulkar has lent his support to UNICEF in support of campaigns to boost personal hygiene among children and youth. He is also a United Nations Environment Programme Goodwill Ambassador.

Ian Somerhalder may play a badass vamp on TV, but in real life, he is as sweet as they come. He has organised petitions to congress to protect several endangered species, campaigned for leatherback turtles, rescues stray cats and recently received the United States Humane Society’s prestigious Wyler Award at the organization’s annual Genesis Awards. Named for the late Gretchen Wyler, the award is bestowed each year “on a celebrity or public figure who has made news on behalf of animals.”