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Tribute to Live Earth Tries to Keep Message Alive

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Kevin Wall & Aubrey O’DayLive Earth Lives. It feels like eons since 7.7.07, but it’s only been 2 months. Incredible. Last week, a Tribute to Live Earth was held at the UN Headquarters in New York to honor some of the key players in Live Earth.

Four of the sixty short films that were created for Live Earth were screened, at this event where Aubrey O’Day of Danity Kane spoke to the crowd. Kevin Wall, creator of Live Earth, was one of the main honorees for the evening.

The event focused on catering with local food and decorating the tables with apples instead of cut flowers. It was sponsored by a local green company, Green Apple Cleaners, who use a CO2 process to clean clothes instead of nasty chemicals. Treehugger and Consumer Reports say CO2 is the best green clean. Find a CO2 Cleaner near you (there aren’t many to choose from just yet.)

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