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Ellen Gets Green Groove On with Seacrest, Lohan, and Electra?

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Ellen can now claim herself as a lean mean “green” dancing machine! Despite suffering from a back injury and hosting from a hospital bed, nothing could keep Ellen from spreading green fever with her celeb friends. From celebrity green tips to recommendations to help the environment, Ellen and her entourage of guests including Lindsay Lohan, Nathan Lane, Marcia Cross, Carmen Electra and Ryan Seacrest showered an audience of green newbies last week. While the celebrity tips where somewhat meager in content (ie. Ryan Seacrest recommending not to ask for napkins and plastic utensils when ordering takeout), her quick tips provide good tangible nuggets.

From her website:

To be green means to conserve natural resources and consume consciously to reduce our impact on this big blue planet we call home. Think about how you eat, what you wear, how you drive. This isn’t about everyone doing everything. No one is perfect. But we all play a role in the problem and can take part in the solution. If everyone does something, it would have a tremendous impact on our world and the legacy we leave for future generations.

Check out Ellen’s tips for being green and go get your green groove on!

Thanks to Linton & Cash for Critters for the tip.

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