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New Green GOOP: Gwyneth Paltrow And Cameron Diaz Team Up

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In the latest edition of her online wellness newsletter, Gwyneth Paltrow dishes on the stylish ways one can go green. This time, however, she’s not alone as the famous actress has also invited a Cameron Diaz to share some her favorite eco picks.

Paltrow’s list includes clothing from Stella McCartney, the book “Worldchanging“, the adorable Peapod transport vehicle, and chef Jamie Oliver’s Organic Pocket Seed Packs, among others. There’s also some recommendations for high-tech water filtration systems, a plug for GOOD magazine, and love for our friends over at Greenopia.

Diaz starts things on the right foot by giving a recommendation of some vegan shoes from Olsen Haus. “They are fun and sexy with a pair of skinny jeans,” she writes. “I like them for walking around the city when I want to wear heels during the day but need to have a sturdy pair that I can move quickly in.”

We also dig that Diaz recognized one of our fellow green sites, Inhabitat.com — as well as shouts for encouraging people to see the documentary FOOD, INC. and read The Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michael Pollan (though they definitely screwed up his first name by spelling it “Micheal”).

You can check out the full list of recommendations here.

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