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The Devil Wears Green

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Meryl Streep in The Devil Wears PradaShe played a fierce fashion magazine editor modeled after a fierce real-life fur-loving fashion magazine editor, but in real life, Meryl Streep is actually a big fan of the environment. She supports the Children’s Health Environmental Coalition which raises awareness about environmental toxins and has also hosted a benefit dinner for the Center for Health and the Global Environment along with Sigourney Weaver. Additionally, she’s the Honorary Chairwoman for the Connecticut Farmland Trust.To add to her green credentials, she is also the guest editor for the current issue of The Green Guide. Check out her eco-friendly tips for the holidays.

· Thanks to Christine for the corrections in this post!

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