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Laurie David Speaks With LIME about Her Green Projects

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snipshot_f90nl3ki2.jpgLaurie David is a woman with plenty of passion for the environment. Not only is she the push behind StopGlobalWarming.org and the producer of An Inconvenient Truth, but Laurie is also behind Earth to L.A.! (a benefit to raise environmental awareness in Los Angeles), the television special Earth To America!, and the HBO documentary Too Hot Not To Handle. She’s also married to Larry David, star of Curb Your Enthusiasm, which some in the industry might consider a full-time job in and of itself!

Anyways, LIME has put together a fantastic interview with Laurie that y’all should check out. Here’s a brief outtake:

“LIME: With the successes of the Earth to L.A.! shows, Earth to America!, Too Hot Not To Handle, StopGlobalWarming.org, and An Inconvenient Truth under your belt, what future plans do you have to continue to bring climate change issues to the front-burner of the American mind? You mentioned the book…

LAURIE DAVID: Yeah, I’m writing a book called The Solution is You and it’s an activist’s guidebook, you know, how I became an activist and why you have to become one. So that’s coming out in September and I’m going to be speaking at college campuses and around the country, supporting that book.”

Cool. I wonder if this is something Che would be interested in reading…

Hit the full interview over at Lime.com here!

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