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Kevin Kline Narrates New Films For GE's Ecomagination

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kline.jpgGeneral Electric has a brand new site for their ‘Ecomagination‘ environmental campaign and it looks mighty pretty. Beyond the snazy flash, there are also some beautifully produced short films featuring narration from actor Kevin Kline. (Anyone else like the movie, ‘Dave’?)

On the site, you can view the latest eco-friendly products and innovations from GE, see some of their ‘green advertising’ (where were they for the Superbowl?), and get the latest news and reports on the ecomagination campaign. According to site Vox, “GE markets 45 Ecomagination products, including desalination technologies, high-tech windmills and super-efficient locomotives; sales of these products have surpassed $20 billion.”

Hit the website for a visual treat and some great information. You can also see one of the videos (on the world’s largest wind farm) narrated by Kevin below.

Many thanks to Lee of the rockin’ green blog Exuberant Pantaphobia and the green mag, Green Living Magazine, for the tip!

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