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Cameron Diaz, A Recycled Firehouse Belt, And Vogue Magazine

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By now, many of you have probably spied Cameron Diaz on the cover of this month’s Vogue. Besides the green color theme — and a bit spot on organic clothing star loyale — there’s very little in the issue besides Cameron’s interview to get treehuggers excited. Nevertheless, Diaz does open up about her efforts to get young people involved in conservation and the environment. Here’s a highlight:

She’s clearly not looking to be a poster girl for the environmental movement. She is there for the environment if it needs her, buying carbon offsets with no great fanfare, making ecologically sensitive shopping choices quietly and happily. She is trying hard not to preach or scold. Of her Prius she says, “It’s just a car.” She has had one for years, before they became (her dream come true) popular. “It’s just a choice people can make.”

One reader also sent in a note highlighting the belt that Diaz is wearing in her sexy photoshoot. Apparently, it’s made from a recycled fire hose — something I thought was pretty cool. “When the makers of these recycled belts met with the London Fire Brigade they instantly recognised the potential of the old, disused fire hose to make a great eco product. They scrubbed away all the soot, grease, and everything else that builds up after 25 years of active duty, and in the process discovered a truly remarkable, truly green textile.”

You can pick one up here for £36.50 — or check out the rest of the interview with Diaz here.

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Veld donates money to farm animals and also serves them

Lest we be confused that their giant V logo stands for anything other than Veld.

Trading beef for beans is not a solution, veganism is

Please do substitute beef for beans, but also have tofu instead of turkey, carrots instead of chicken, and I think you see where I’m going.

Guys, extortion isn’t an effective form of vegan advocacy

Assuming we can extort people into respecting the lives of others makes no sense.