by kelli
Categories: People.

Photo credit: leesean FlickrRemember back a mere few weeks ago, when Cameron Diaz was reportedly dating Mindfreak Criss Angel? I refer to that as the Dark Ages, and promise not to speak of it ever again. It appears that Cameron has given up on on the all-black clad illusionist, and has upgraded Dark Ages with Green Days- word is that she’s found herself a new green man- yummy environmentalist David De Rothschild.

The pair were first spotted together in public when the 28-year-old British enviro joined Cameron during last Saturday’s Live Earth concert in New Jersey. Sources also say that the couple spent a romantic evening dining together at Stanton Social in New York City just a few days after the Live Earth concerts.

Looks like Cameron may have gotten her wish- earlier in the month she told sources that she was looking for a man who shares her environmental priorities. Not only does de Rothschild share those priorities, but he looks great doing it… he was once named the second hottest bachelor in the United Kingdom, beating out both Hugh Grant and Prince Harry, and his life goal is to use the romance of adventure, as well as the internet, to unite the world’s schoolchildren in the fight against global warming and environmental degradation.

Sounds like eco-love is in bloom!

Photo credit: Flickr’s leesean

About kelli

My name is Kelli, and I live in San Francisco, California with my wonderful five year-old…dog. I began contributing to ecorazzi.com in June, as a way to feed my insatiable appetite for gossip without totally loosing sight about what really matters. In my day job, I work as a community organizer for a great non-profit environmental organization, so environmentalism is both my interest and my profession. I’ve been an environmental activist for several years, and have had great experiences fighting for clean energy, against the destruction of imperiled forests’, and to protect endangered species. In my spare time, I write for ecorazzi.com, bike through the hectic city of San Francisco, volunteer as a children’s pottery instructor and tutor, knit at the dog park, and see a lot of live music.

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