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Celebs like Lauren Conrad and Octavia Spencer are joining forces with Sierra Club's Get Out campaign for Earth DayCelebs like Lauren Conrad and Octavia Spencer are joining forces with Sierra Club's Get Out campaign for Earth Day

WATCH: Celebs Encourage People to 'Get Out' This Earth Day

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Celebs are gearing up for this year’s 43rd annual Earth Day by joining forces with Sierra Club’s GET OUT campaign that encourages people to celebrate and protect the planet by getting out and about.

Lauren Conrad, Octavia Spencer, Dermot Mulroney, Shailene Woodley, and Brooklyn Decker are only a few of the celebrities featured in Sierra Club’s video campaign.

Mulroney says he loves to hang at the beach; Conrad enjoys hiking with her dogs; and actress Evan Rachel Wood rides her bike.

“Over the last year, we’ve made great progress addressing the threats of climate disruption, and now is the time to get outside and enjoy the public lands and wild places we work so hard to protect,” said Executive Director Michael Brune. “The GET OUT campaign is all about demonstrating support for environmental protection, getting involved in community activities, and taking time to enjoy and explore the great outdoors.”

Sierra Club wants you to “explore, enjoy and protect the planet” not only on Earth Day, but always. The environmental organization is also giving away a trip to Hawaii for those who enter its 2013 Earth Month sweepstakes.

How will you celebrate this year’s Earth Day?

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  • Noel I

    i dont know/care who any of these people are, so my question is, how much money did the Sierra Club waste on this campaign?

Protesting Kylie Jenner’s Use of Fur Doesn’t Help Animals

Campaigns against fur, whether that’s at the PETA level or a small mobbing like this, don’t work because they promote the use of other animal products.

Collaborating with animal exploiters won’t help animals

The two sides claim to both have the “health and well-being of animals” in mind in this partnership, but one likely said “after profitability” under their breath.

Exploitation for art is no worse than exploitation for dinner

It always seems to come back to a confused juror deciding when animal use is justified.