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Danny Seo Shows Off Green Halloween Tips On CBS

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Here at the Razz we most certainly encourage some serious trick-or-treating! And of course we’re always looking for ways to celebrate as lean and green as we possible. Enter Danny Seo.

As you must know by now, Danny Seo is nothing less than a green god. With bestselling books, television programs, magazine columns, and how-to lifestyle lectures, Danny Seo has helped define eco-friendly living. Danny appeared on CBS this morning to share some environmentally conscious ideas for celebrating the ghoulish holiday, including making bats from egg cartons, grinding up extra hard candies into powder for your coffee and painting rocks with glow-in-the-dark nontoxic paint that charges up by the sun.

Check out the video below and tell us how YOU plan on greenifying your Halloween celebration this year.

via: greendaily.com

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