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Good Looking People Make a Difference

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Kaori ManabeJapanese actress Kaori Manabe was one of several celebrities on hand recently for Sourcenext’s launch of their Eco-Exhibition. Okay, so I don’t personally know that she’s a celebrity, but Kaori does have her own IMDb page.

Basically, this company Sourcenext is a software company, and they had several eco-celebs make eco-websites. The sites are educational for the public, and a great sales tool. It’s actually a great idea. (Here is Manabe’s site, though I like the picture at the top of this other celeb’s site better.)

Okay, so this is kind of interesting on its own (not really, right?)…but I’m going to make it all better. Here is what Manabe had to say about the project and the environment:

“There aren’t too many young people who think seriously about ecology, but if good-looking people whom they look up to get involved, then I think everyone will follow them. My heart has been captured (today) as well.”  

This probably got better with translation, but I’m glad to hear that some good-looking people are using their power for good. 

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