Did you know that your version of Internet Explorer is out of date?
To get the best possible experience using our website we recommend downloading one of the browsers below.

Internet Explorer 10, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Talks Recycling In The Green Book

Like us on Facebook:
The current article you are reading does not reflect the views of the current editors and contributors of the new Ecorazzi

The following is an excerpt from The Green Book written by Elizabeth Rogers and Thomas M. Kostigen and featuring contributions from famous individuals. In this piece, NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. speaks about recycling and Budweiser.

“Most people know my major sponsor on the NASCAR circuit is Busweiser. They’ve been with me since 1999, and we’ve won a lot races like the Daytona 500 together.

What a lot of people don’t know — and I didn’t, either, until recently — are some of the things Anheuser-Bush (the company that has produced Budweiser for more than 125 years) does to help the world. Anheuser-Bush is one of the largest recyclers of aluminum cans on the planet. They actually recycle more cans than they sell. And they have reduced the amount of aluminum in each can to save more natural resources. They also get involved in protecting wildlife habitat with the ‘Bud Outdoors’ program.

These are things they don’t advertise. They do it because it’s the right thing to do, which I respect. So recycle your Budweiser cans the next time you and your buddies get together for some cold ones. Chances are, within about sixty days, the cans you recycled will hit the shelves again so you can enjoy a few more Buds the next time my red No. 8 car and I cross the finish line first.”

The Green Book goes on sale June 19th. You can pre-order a copy here.

Like us on Facebook:

If you only want a less-cruel turkey industry, you don’t give a shit about turkeys

There’s more than enough out their promoting the use of animals already- can’t animal rights activists agree to be the ones who say stop it and mean it?


Vandalism and aggression won’t help veganism

These acts of intimidation and aggression don’t change public perspective on veganism for the better, and that’s the only thing that will help animals.


VIDEO: Vegan Athletes Who Destroy Your Excuses

No one is going to ask these athletes if they get enough protein!