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Ask an Eco-Question on YouTube, Get a Big Famous CEO to Respond Live

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Next Thursday, General Electric is celebrating two years of ecomagination from Universal Studios in California. I used to work for these guys in a former life and have a special place in my heart for GE. The hugest of huge companies, they make everything from aircraft engines to Saturday Night Live. They’ve got some great commercials on the air now, and have even gotten celeb Kevin Kline to narrate some mini eco-films for them.

As a special piece of the event next week, GE CEO Jeff Immelt will be answering eco questions submitted by YouTube users and talking about the Greening of America. It will air live on ecomagination.com at 5 pm ET / 2 pm PT on Thursday, May 24.

All you have to do is upload your video question as a response to this announcement, and it will be considered for answering. At this moment no one has submitted a question, so your chances are pretty high. And remember, even though you think of GE as a big corporation, they’ve got NBC & Universal under that umbrella – ask some greening of the entertainment industry questions! For instance, how can GE help make films greener – inside and out?

If you submit a question, definitely leave a comment so that we can all view it and give you Ecorazzi thumbs up! But hurry, I hear they want all of the questions submitted by Monday.

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