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Orlando Bloom Confirms His Green Housing Additions

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snipshot_b218dq9sjxxv.jpgArriving to the Pre-Oscar Global Green party in a plug-in hybrid (converted? concept?), Orlando Bloom confirmed the green additions he’s made to his home back in London. From the article,

“It’s as green as I can make it. It’s got solar panels on the roof, energy efficient light bulbs – newer technology basically that is environmentally friendly.

“It might not be possible for everyone to live a completely green lifestyle, but we can do little things to help slow global warming. People could just help by unplugging their phone chargers and turning off the TV when they’re not watching it. It doesn’t have to be overwhelming, there are simple things we can do.”

If everyone did the simple things, it would indeed make a big difference. Cheers to Orlando on the “new” home. Let’s hope Global Green pushes all of its celebrity members to try the same thing!

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