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The Green Picture: Adrian Grenier At The Vail Film Festival

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Adrian Grenier was recently at the Vail Film Festival in Colorado to accept the Blue Sky Tribute for environmental activism. When asked how he felt about receiving an award for his activism rather than his acting, Grenier answered, “An award for activism is more meaningful to me than one for acting. It’s great to help bring awareness to the cause. I’m not that comfortable with the whole awards thing in general, but the environment is an issue that’s very important, so I’m happy to shine a light on it wherever I can.”

Bravo, Adrian — and nice shirt!

via Vail Daily

Photo: (Left to Right) Adrian Grenier, Olivia Wilde, Tao Raspoli. Credit: Michael Martin

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