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Kim Raver Embraces Environment For Future Generations

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Add another actress to the list of sustainable celebrities in Hollywood. Kim Raver of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ is not only passionate about her acting job, but is also zealous for Mother Earth.

In an interview with E! Online, Raver revealed how she spreads her love for sustainability. “You try to be kind of not in their face. I think the best thing to do is kind of educate, and you can educate by doing…I do have a couple pet peeves, like when I see someone’s car idling and they’re just waiting for someone gets me crazy!”

“I’ll get into a really heated discussion like, ‘Don’t you know?’ And then I try to calm myself down,” the actress added.

She didn’t hop on the bandwagon just because, but did it for her children.

“I had my kids and I had a much better perspective of wanting to take care of our future generations. It started with recycling, and also wanting to use products in the house that were good for them and good for the environment.”

Raver has two children with her husband of 11 years.

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