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What do people like Laurie David, Summer Rayne Oakes, Prince Charles, George Clooney, and Leonardo DiCaprio have in common? Well yeah, they all make eco-friendly lifestyle choices and work hard to promote environmental issues, but they also made it to Sustainable Style‘s 2007 Best Dressed Environmental List. Sustainable Style has been keeping tabs on the most stylish environmentalists around since 2004, and they’ve got another incredible list this year. It definitely shows that people can go all-out for the environment and still look great.

I’m a little surprised to see Jennifer Aniston included, though. She never struck me as being especially green. Teresa Heinz Kerry also made it on the list. By the way, she and John Kerry are currently on a tour promoting This Moment On Earth, a book on environmental issues which they penned together.

Check out the complete best dressed list here and for those of you who want to check out the previous years’ list, then click here.

Thanks to Sean of Sustainable Sean for the update!

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