Recently Us Weekly Magazine ran a feature story on green advice from many celebrities. The article entitled, What I Do to Be Green featured tips from celebrities like Cameron Diaz, the Jonas Brothers, Ashley Tisdale and Alanis Morrissette among others. These celebrities offered tips like getting hybrid vehicles, being aware of how much you consume, staying informed of the issues and changing to fluorescent light bulbs.
In the July issue of womens magazine Good Housekeeping, the magazine features an article on actress Julia Roberts and why being environmentally aware and responsible is important to her. The mother of three explains in Good Housekeeping, I love to feel Ive done one thing a day to educate myself and my children in making the world a better, stronger place to live in. The article also features other celebrity moms like Kate Hudson, Sheryl Crowe, Brooke Shields, Gwyneth Paltrow and Gayle King on why and how they live environmentally-friends lives. Actress Jennifer Aniston also talks about her showering habits and how taking short showers saves water.
Forbes Magazine, a business magazine, reports that many celebrities have recently decided to jump on the electrically-powered bandwagon and are driving green. Celebrities like Ryan Gosling, America Ferrera, Paris Hilton, Danny DeVito, Woody Harrelson, Rob Reiner, Will Ferrell, Cameron Diaz, George Clooney, the Jonas Brothers, Charlize Theron, Jay Leno, Leonardo DiCaprio and more.
In its August 2008 green issue, Vanity Fair Magazine names many celebrities as hard-working environmentalists in its article entitled Earth People. Some of the celebrities Vanity Fair magazine identified are Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen, Sam Waterston and Amber Valetta for their work to reverse wasteful dumping in the oceans. Movie star, heartthrob and longtime environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio serves on the boards of the Natural Resources Global Defense Council and Global Green USA. DiCaprio promotes many green issues including awareness of global warming. Read more of Vanity Fairs green issue to see which environmentally-friendly celebrities made the list.
For the 2008 Elle Magazine green issue the magazine features a list of the Top 20 Green Celebs and how readers can live more environmentally-friendly just like their favorite stars. Topping Elle Magazines list of green celebrities is once again Leonardo DiCaprio. Others on the list include fashion designer Stella McCartney, actress Natalie Portman, musician Willie Nelson, actress Gwyneth Paltrow, actress Salma Hayek, actor Ed Begley Jr and actress Cameron Diaz. For a complete list of Elles top environmentalist celebrities read Elle Magazine.