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Glamour Puts Final Touches On April 2007 Green Feature

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glam.jpgGlamour magazine is readying it’s latest issue for April 2007, (available next week) and is featuring a 10 page green section called “The Woman’s Guide To Saving The Planet.” From their “Heads-Up!” email,

“As part of our corresponding web coverage, we’ve put together a roundup of outstanding eco websites for Glamour.com (this will be posted on March 2). Ecorazzi is listed under our “Get green tips to use every day” section as a place to find gossip about celebs’ eco efforts.

Along with that story we’ll post our “Top 10 things you can do to help” piece (with experts like Robert F. Kennedy, Fred Krupp, Frances Beinecke and more) and a video of Laurie David giving environment-saving tips from her home.”

Aw, shucks, they mentioned us!  Beyond those details, we’re not exactly sure what you can expect from the 10 page feature. As soon as we hear more, we’ll post it here! And yes, Drew Barrymore is on the cover.

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