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Catching On To Chloe Sevigny's Green Changes

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Chloe Sevigny grew up with a mother who lived an earth friendly lifestyle, so it’s just a way of life for the actress. From an interview with Ecostiletto, Chloe says being eco-friendly makes you feel good, and she cranks out a long list of things she does in her everyday life, simple things we can all do.

She unplugs chargers, hang-drying her clothes, recycles, changed her light bulbs, and rides public transportation.  She brings a mug and water from home to the set, which her costars on HBO’s Big Love have caught on to. Her list goes on, but the point I’m getting at is there’s no big, innovative, pricey, ideas on her list – just simple yet important acts of kindness for the planet.

via: ecostiletto

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