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EXCLUSIVE: Luke Perry's Neighbors Hate Him but for a Good Cause

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Actor Luke Perry attended the Global Green pre-Oscar bash the other night, in his own words, because of “friendship and fear.” While friendship is great, it’s more the fear part that had us interested.

Perry talks to Ken Spector of LivingEco.com about why it’s so important to think green, be green and vote green. The actor thinks that the country has really woken up to the changing planet due to Katrina, Sandy, droughts and other superstorms or freak weather events. (Hence the fear.)

As for how the actor stays green, we were impressed with the myriad of small day-to-day things he does to keep the planet healthy. That includes making his neighbors hate him because he never waters his lawn, and taking a tip from Martin Sheen and saving his shower water to give to his plants. That’s how he grew his tomatoes…

For the full story, check out the video below.

And a big thank you to Luke Perry for chatting with Ecorazzi, the only “razzi” he can stand.

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