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Razzi Snap: One Hundred Notable Peeps Riding Bikes

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Over on the new fabulous HuffPost Green, Olivia Zaleski has put together a massive collection of one hundred photos of famous and infamous people riding bikes. So far, she’s thrown up the first 20 which shows the likes of Lindsay Lohan, Russell Simmons, and even the great Albert Einstein enjoying some sustainable transportation. [Read more…]

Sometimes it’s just the little things that count. Four celebs recently revealed their tips on going green to Healthy Hollywood. Cameron Diaz gives an all-around perspective, advising to watch consumption, while Kristi Yamaguchi shares quick actions like switching to flourescent lighting. Jordin Sparks is big on not wasting ever-precious H2O, and Stuart Townsend nixes plastic bags for canvas ones. [Read more…]

Juma Green, the latest business from Juma Entertainment, has just launched.  It’s covering eco-friendly sporting events such as the 17th Annual Deer Valley Celebrity Skifest and “What Green Means to Me.” Eco-friendly sports? I think it’s possible. I just hope the Styrofoam cups stay out of it. [Read more…]

Rumors over eco-couple Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr’s breakup have apparently been exaggerated. “I realize there is an interest in people who are in the spotlight, but I just can’t believe how far from the truth it gets,” Kerr’s mother said. “Miranda and Orlando have never been closer and are happier right now more so than ever. He’s meeting her in Paris next week.” [Read more…]

[Thanks to contributions from Sara!]

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