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'Mad Men' Star Vincent Kartheiser Encourages Others To Go Vegetarian For The Environment

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A few weeks ago we told you about “Mad Men” star Vincent Kartheiser’s choice to forgo owning a car and instead take public transport around LA. Now he’s speaking out about the other ways he has chosen to go green.

Vincent said in an interview on MSNBC:

“I’ve been a vegetarian for four years and I have chosen not to have children also, which are both green choices in my life. I also zeroscaped my lawn.”

Kudos to Vincent! By going veg and helping reduce the population by choosing not to have kids, he’s a model eco citizen. But he doesn’t stop there. He also encourages others to make sustainable choices.

Kartheiser said, “If there is some way you can give up meat or give up your car on the weekends or something small like that, I think every little difference in our own lives makes a big difference when done by the masses.”

We agree with you Vincent. Check out the interview after the jump below.

Via Huffington Post

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