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Greenpeace Wants Harry Potter's Emma Watson To Represent!

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Rumor has it that Greenpeace is recruiting Harry Potter star Emma Watson to become one of their ambassadors. The organization fell under her spell after hearing her remark in a recent interview with Crash magazine, “I cannot not be green.”

The actress added, “I did my end of school project on global warming and hurricane Katrina. I studied the effects on a small scale, like the dam projects in London, but also on a bigger scale. My car is electric, I recycle, I take public transportation, I try not to buy and drink bottled water. I’m not perfect, but it’s something I feel strongly about.”

With regards to giving back, Watson is considering her options — saying that she wants to take a decision based on thorough information and to make a difference. She doesn’t want to just be the face of a project.

With thinking like that, it’s no wonder that Greenpeace might love having her involved.

Harry Potters Page via Green Daily

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