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Robin Wright Penn Goes Green With The EcoMom Challenge

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From Julia Roberts to Sheryl Crow, there’s something about being a mom that makes otherwise eco-ignorant Hollywood stars suddenly embrace the green way of life.

Most recently, Robin Wright Penn has joined the green mothers of Hollywood (reality television show, anybody?) by committing to lead a more eco-friendly lifestyle. How oh how, you ask? Easy! Penn is taking the EcoMom Challenge — a program from the baby makers at the EcoMom Alliance.

The EcoMom Challenge lays out ten easy-to-follow steps — from re-thinking your laundry plan to shopping local — on how YOU can help make a more sustainable future for those adorable little ankle-biters in your life. Robin said: “I get way too overwhelmed if I focus on the larger global picture. But as a mom, I can do these small things on the EcoMom Alliance list and know I’m doing something positive and protective.”

If you’re a mom (or dad, or neither) and want to get a few easy tips on making the world a more sustainable place for the kids of the future, visit EcoMomAlliance.org and take the EcoMom Challenge. Come on, all the cool moms are doing it!

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