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Oprah Hooks Up With Matt Damon, Sheryl Crow For Green Show

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snipshot_e4behjv5i31.jpgCan anyone else tell Earth Day is coming? As if the past few months haven’t whetted your appetite for delicious green entertainment, the network are serving seconds with everyone from Oprah to Martha Stewart grabbing the limelight.

On tomorrow’s show, Oprah plans on having Matt Damon and Sheryl Crow chat about their latest projects. Rising green star, Simran Sethi will also be on hand to share some “Going Green 101” tips. According to Treehugger, “The show will focus on why it’s cool to be green, along with info about how to “join forces with Oprah for changing the way we live on our earth. It is our step-by-step action-plan. From cleaning your house to grocery shopping, find out what families like yours are already doing.”

Damon will most likely talk about his H20 Africa Foundation — which gathers support and distributes funds for clean water projects in critical areas.  He has also narrated two environmental documentaries for PBS, and is a strong supporter of green transportation. As he said last year, “Why would you ever drive a regular car? There’s no reason to. These cars are just as good, they’re just as fast and they use less gas, so I don’t understand why everyone isn’t driving one.”

Regarding Sheryl Crow: We have no idea why she’s being featured.

Hit Oprah’s site for (very little) more or tune in tomorrow!

:: via Treehugger

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