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Rachael Leigh Cook Talks Green With Coco Eco Magazine

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Picture 11Rachael Leigh Cook has been making efforts at home to get greener.  In the new issue of Coco Eco she admits to a recycling fetish she calls “borderline obsessive compulsive”, even bringing soda cup lids home from the movies to go in her bin.

The actress sported eco-friendly fashions for the cover and is looking forward to her new compost heap at home.

About being green she says “It’s the right thing to do. I’m consistently surprised to see people who want to tempt fate with their beliefs about the myth of global warming. That’s really terrifying to me. So I think I have to overcompensate for some people who aren’t with the program.”

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