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Razzi Snap: Alec Baldwin, Jason Priestley Push For Water Conservation

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splashnews_jkca070105n_02_.jpgAlec Baldwin, Justin Trudeau and Jason Priestley recently joined several other celebrities in raising money for the Robert Kennedy Jr. Waterkeeper Alliance at the Fairmont Banff Springs Celebrity Sports Invitational. Said Baldwin, “You (Canada) have so much of what people want here … Don’t do what other people have done, don’t do what the U.S. did, which is to put off until tomorrow what should be done today — protect the resources.” [via jam!]

flowerI consider noise pollution a pretty minor offense for one-time bashes, but environmental officers (they really exist!) in England have not taken lightly reports that Heather Mills upset neighbors with her 40th Birthday party last month in East Sussex. Apparently, Mills’ loud partying angered neighbors and prompted them to make official complaints to the local council. Said one officer, “We received four complaints about noise from loud music and a generator.” Ah, but was that generator running on biodiesel? <grin> [via starpulse]

flowerGreenIsSexy, the environmental website started by actress Rachel McAdams and two of her friends, has a new addition in the form of some ‘eco’ postcards sent by the ladies from around the world. I’m not sure if this is new – or if I just missed it — but we get such insights as Rachel skipping on showers, marveling at Chicago’s green roofs, and reusing yogurt cups. I love her. [via greenissexy]

flowerFinally, actor Jim Carrey was spotted in Yorkville, Toronto wearing a “Bummer” t-shirt. For those of you that haven’t seen this one, below those words is a big, hulking picture of a Hummer. You can check out a picture of the tee and grab your own here. [Thanks, Scot!]

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