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Vegan Director Kathy Kolla Shares Eco Tips

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Here at the Razz, we’re always super excited about people in the entertainment world who are crazy about the planet!

Our friends over at VegNews.com recently featured vegan director Kathy Kolla, who’s latest film, World’s Littlest Brat, details the trials and tribulations of growing up vegan in a less than vegan world.

Kolla is not only serious about animal rights, but obsessed with Mother Earth! On the set, she made sure everything was as environmentally-sound as possible, saying, “What we’re doing is photocopying double-sided so we don’t waste paper, and we’re only giving copies of scripts to people that really need them instead of handing them out to everyone. We’re really trying to keep everything to a minimum, trying to watch what is being thrown away, and trying to reduce and reuse instead of throwing everything in the trash.”

Kolla also offered readers some great ways to get green. “Start off small,” she says. “There really are enormous amounts of things you can do, basic things like turning off lights when they’re not in use, walking instead of taking cars and motorcycles, bringing your own bags and boxes to the grocery store instead of taking theirs. Also, looking into renewable energy.”

We totally agree! Wanna find out more about Kathy? Visit VegNews.com and check out the entire interview!

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