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Josh Lucas & Aveda Team Up for Clean Water

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Josh Lucas & Lauren Bush, “Dying for a Drink”, April 11, 2007Josh Lucas co-hosted an with Aveda last night in honor of clean water rights for Aveda’s 2007 Earth Month campaign. The event welcomed more than 150 guests at the Discovery Center for Riverhouse, which claims “the highest performance green living in Manhattan condominiums”.

Mary T’Kach, Executive Director of Earth and Community Care for Aveda, spoke of the company’s call to action for clean water rights. Aveda hopes to raise $1.8 million through its 2007 Earth Month initiatives, which include a limited edition candle (of which all proceeds will go to Global Greengrants Fund), text message campaign, and local events around the globe. “Dying For a Drink” supported Aveda New York’s local Earth Month partner, Clean Ocean Action.

So what can you do? Aveda wants you to petition the UN to make clean water a human right.

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