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Taylor Swift Learns Eco-Lessons from 'The Lorax'

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Working on her new film, Dr. Seuss’ “The Lorax,” may have done more for pop star Taylor Swift than expand her resume. The recent Grammy winner told the UK’s Daily Express that the film gave her a new appreciation for the environment, and has turned her on to several new eco-friendly habits.

“Things like while you’re brushing your teeth, turn the water off and turn out all the lights in your house,” she says, “Don’t use things when you don’t need to.”

This isn’t the first time Swift has connected with the world of green living. The 22-year-old also partners with Cover Girl to promote their Natureluxe line of products which features make-up made from natural ingredients and packaged in renewable, sustainable, sugar-cane based plastic.

Swift’s green example is one we hope the singer’s legions of fans will follow. “The Lorax” also stars the voice of heartthrob Zac Efron and opens in theaters nationwide on March 2nd.

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