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Joan Jett's 'Greatest Hits' Album Goes Green

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joan jett greatest hitsNo surprise here: Joan Jett is taking her new “Greatest Hits” album in a green direction.

The animal activist and staunch vegetarian has announced that the packaging will be eco-friendly — made from 100 percent recycled paper and biodegradable trays.

“I’ve always appreciated nature,” she says in her website biography, “trees, grass, birds, sun, and even insects. I obsessively recycle. I almost never turn on lights; I pretty much live in the dark. I don’t use a lot of water. I am a vegetarian, so I avoid contributing to the major environmental damage that the meat industry creates. I hope that soon we can make sure that everything we do is earth-friendly.”

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