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Crow, Huffington, David Attend Self Magazine's 'It's Not Easy Being Green' Event

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snipshot_84pkh1odm1s.jpgWhy would you title something, ‘It’s Not Easy Being Green’ when you’re attempting to champion the benefits of incorporating sustainability into your life. Isn’t this sending the wrong message to Americans on the fence about ‘green living’? Unless you’re channeling the humor of Kermit The Frog and his famous song, I just don’t get it.

Anyways, that issue aside, last night Self Magazine held an event honoring the work of famous global warming activist and author, Laurie David. In attendance was Sheryl Crow, activist/author Arianna Huffington, and Larry David. The event benefited the NRDC (National Resource Defense Council). It appears there was wine, plenty of paparazzi, and well, we’re not sure what else. Anyone from the NRDC or Self care to chime in?

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