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Lucy Lawless Chats Climate Change With Mother Nature Network

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Earlier this year, Ecorazzi blushed over our crush on the Mother Nature Network and their green ad strategy. Ooh La La!

Well, Lucy Lawless (AKA Xena) recently sat down with the gang at MNN.com to discuss her important work with nonprofit organizations.  Lawless works with a mighty brigade of charities, including World Vision — a relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.

Lucy also cares a great deal about the environment and confessed, “I think the people running climate change denial campaigns are sociopaths.”

When asked what one can do to make a difference for Mother Earth, Lucy replied:

“Plant something! Anywhere you can, plant something! I am digging up my tennis court and putting in native trees to encourage the native birds to come in. We have bees, which I highly recommend — makes the garden go off.

“I know we don’t all have tennis courts to dig up, but we can all plant a window box or a tree. Just consider the kind of light and drainage and the mature size of the tree. Make sure you can live with it in the long term.”

Wanna hear what else Lucy has to say? Scoot on over to MNN.com and get the dish!

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