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Stop Global Warming Gets Its Own Bling

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Stop Global Warming NecklaceEverybody wants a little bling now and then. Now, you can support “Stop Global Warming” and get your bling on at the same time.

Cool Planet Jewelry has teamed up with Laurie David‘s Stop Global Warming organization to offer some eco-friendly jewelry. How is it friendly to the earth? Cool Planet tells us, “The collection uses recycled precious metals thus eliminating new mining, which is a significant source of environment degradation.” Each sale will result in donations to Stop Global Warming, as well as NRDC…plus the website is 100% solar powered.

Prices vary, ranging from affordable sterling silver pieces to more expensive platinum. Go see them for yourself: Cool Planet Jewelry.

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