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Variety Covers 'Green Hollywood'

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Robert RedfordVariety.com has created a little section of their website to focus just on green Hollywood. It covers carbon neutral-izing trends, green TV shows, 10-minutes with Al Gore, eco-buildings, green hotels, and more.

They also have a short interview with actor, director, and activist, Robert Redford.

Q: How did you first become concerned about the environment?

A: “I first truly felt the power of nature was when I worked at Yosemite as a teenager, and in years following, I watched Los Angeles go from orchards and open space to concrete and smog.”

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Redford, is of course, promoting the new block of eco-programming that will appear on the Sundance Channel next year: Sundance Channel GREEN.

Get ready, people…green is going mainstream! Variety actually has 20 profiles of famous greenies lined up. You can read about their ‘green cred’, focus, latest battle, and eco-mantra.
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