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Green Tips on Reusing, Reducing & Recycling Electronic Waste Thursday, 22 April 2010 18:12 Are you one of the average consumers who replaces her cell phone every nine months?

In a world of constant electronic upgrades, we’re generating more than 3.2 million tons of e-waste in the U.S. each year alone, according to the EPA.
Girls Gone Green Thursday, 11 June 2009 06:11 GIRLS GONE GREEN by Lynn Hirshfield is a fun, hip and inspiring book about girls who’ve taken the initiative to go green.Perfect for the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day in April, GIRLS GONE GREEN personifies the green movement for teens. (Puffin; 9780142414064; 2010; $11.99)  
A word from Hayden Thursday, 11 June 2009 06:09 Anyone who knows me knows how much I love animals and how passionate I am about protecting them. So when Jeff Pantukhoff, president and founder of the Whaleman Foundation, approached me about being their spokesperson five years ago, I jumped at the opportunity!
Celebrity Green Girls Thursday, 11 June 2009 06:12     GIRLS GONE GREEN gives girls everywhere the inspiration to do something to help their world. It doesn’t matter how small the change —it only matters that you make the effort to bring about that change. GIRLS GONE GREEN features the following celebrity green girls:

Girls Gone Green

Exclusive Hayden Panettiere book promo for Girls Gone Green

 

For Actress and Activist Hayden Panettiere, being green means looking below the surface. Not only did she write the foreword to Girls Gone Green, she also recorded this exclusive message for all green girls out there:

My tip to you is to take action on a cause that is important to you.  Use the stories of the green girls in this book as your inspiration. They are taking action on so many different causes and making amazing progress on behalf of our planet.

And, so can you!

You can help me protect the whales and dolphins that call our oceans their home. With your help, these beautiful and intelligent creatures will be saved.

The Whaleman Foundation is a non-profit organization whose primary mission is to raise public awareness on the issues that affect cetaceans (dolphins, whales & porpoises) and their ocean habitats through their research, films, and public outreach campaigns. When I heard about the plight of the whales and the work The Whaleman Foundation was doing, getting involved was a no-brainer for me.

For more information, please visit www.savethewhalesagain.com and learn how you can get involved.

 

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