Eco Celebrity Tweets of the Week

Dec 23, 2014

Eco Celebrity Tweets of the Week

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    Sometimes celebrities get a bad rap for speaking their minds, and even for just being who they are, instead of what everyone else wants them to be. However, more often than not, celebrities are committed to helping the environment and the people around them. With that in mind we are taking a look at what they are tweeting in relation to their fellow man and the planet. Below, are some select tweets by celebrities who are reaching out to their fans, followers and Mother Earth!

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    1. Christian Alexander
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    Christian Alexander is known for playing mysterious – possibly murderous- Thayer on ABC Family’s “The Lying Game,” but he’s far from evil in real life, especially when it comes to animals.

    “Spent some time at the local animal shelter today. Something in me died seeing all those loving cats and dogs without homes. PLEASE ADOPT !”

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    2. Kristin Bauer van Straten
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    “True Blood” actress Kristin Bauer van Straten is known for her animal activism, and seems to be vegan from this photo of her fridge.

    “Do u think we like #earthbalance vegan butter??? http://instagram.com/p/YvVBBUOxwO/

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    3. Bill Gates
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    Computer genius Bill Gates is all about conservation, the environment and climate change. If you don’t believe me, read the following tweet.

    “Greatest injustice of #ClimateChange? Those least responsible for the problem will be most affected: http://b-gat.es/10QnueM @UN @Guardian”

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    4. Renee Felice Smith
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    Not only does actress Renee Felice Smith have a love for her TV show, “NCIS: Los Angeles,” but she also adores animals and encourages everyone to adopt.

    “Meet PENNY! She’s such a sweetie. Available for adoption at Irvine Animal Care & Control. Go meet her!pic.twitter.com/T58V8YfPR9

    -Allyson Koerner

    Allyson Koerner is the assistant managing editor and contributing writer at Eco News Network, a sustainable news site providing news, trends and commentary on a variety of green topics such as home and design, pets, businesses and pop culture. She obtained her Master’s in Print & Multimedia Journalism at Emerson College in Boston, and is hoping to make a name for herself in the journalism world.

    Photo Credit: Twitter, Wikimedia/World Economic Forum

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