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Green Day Teams Up with NRDC

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Mega-awesome band Green Day is joining with the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) to protect the environment, raise awareness, and generally make people sport goofy grins. Besides posting blogs about eco-movies, acting against arctic drilling, and victories for polar bears, the Green Day + NRDC MySpace Page offers a contest with some pretty cool prizes–not to mention easy entry.

They’re making a photo album of entrants and how they help the environment. By submitting a pic of yourself taking public transportation, checking tire air pressure, picking up trash, or anything you do to protect the environment, you can enter to be randomly selected for a ton of Green Day goodies, such as a promo pic signed by Green Day, American Idiot tour posters, fan club t-shirts, pullovers, CDs and more.

The contest is open from now until September 15. Want to enter? Click here to find out more.

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