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Sustainably Stylish: Green Celebrities

Celebrities and the environment
By Natural Home Staff
September/October 2004
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"Pierce Brosnan speaks on key environmental issues, really engaging himself in the issues rather than simply lending his name." —Sean Schmidt, SSF Style cofounder


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Who’s the eco-fairest of them all? The Sustainable Style Foundation (SSF)—an international nonprofit that addresses social and environmental challenges from the perspectives of fashion, food, film, architecture, design, travel, and music—has twenty celebs in mind. Its 2004 Best Dressed Environmental List focuses on high-profile figures who profoundly influenced sustainable issues in the past year.

Sean Schmidt, SSF cofounder and “style ambassador,” says the organization wants to acknowledge role models whose sense of style grows out of individuality rather than conformity.

This year’s lists include:

Women

• Angela Lindvall, model
• Cameron Diaz, actor
• Severn Suzuki, activist
• Sharon Lawrence, actor
• Julia Butterfly Hill, activist/author
• Blythe Danner, actor
• Angelina Jolie, actor
• Wendy Malick, actor
• Maxine Waters, California congresswoman
• Julia Louis-Dreyfus, actor

Men

• Pierce Brosnan, actor
• Orlando Bloom, actor
• Ed Norton, actor
• Harrison Ford, actor
• Leonardo DiCaprio, actor
• Esai Morales, actor
• Danny Seo, activist and eco-lifestyle expert
• Robert Kennedy, Jr., activist and author
• Dominique Conseil, Aveda founder
• Dennis Hayes, Earth Day founder








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