Looks Like Santa Could Use An Environmental Upgrade

December 22, 2011 / No Comments

Let's face it - Santa's been doing his thing for a long time. Like many long-standing operations, his processes could probably do with a bit of updating to bring him into the modern world – and decrease his carbon footprint. Ethical Ocean put together this infographic that takes the traditional view of Santa and dissects just how much of an effect the ...

Best Green Celebrity Awards: Bundchen, McCartney in Final Round

October 11, 2011 / 1 Comment

Who all are likely to turn green with envy when the Best Green Celebrity Award is announced? Brazilian supermodel Giselle Bundchen, Spanish actor and musician Miguel Bose and Beatle Paul McCartney have made the shortlist for the 6th International Green Awards. The three greenies overtook other impressive eco campaigners Leonardo DiCaprio, Sting and Don Cheadle among ten or so others from ...

Leonardo Di Caprio Leads Campaign to Protect Elephants

October 6, 2011 / No Comments

Leonardo Di Caprio has been playing the role of an environmental activist with elan. One of the most committed celebrities in the whole world, the young star had been in the news recently for offering support to the bill banning shark fin trade in California. He has now added yet another activity top his eco-activist portfolio by gearing up to lead ...

Stephen King Just Loves His Chevy Volt

May 5, 2011 / No Comments

Here, we have Stephen King speaking for you. Before you start burning your mind thinking what, let’s tell you the story. Are his characters more horrifying than the rising gasoline price index? Perhaps not! At least some of you might have heard that the King of Horror spends his winters on Casey Key. Coming to the matter, what struck the green ...

Stars Line Up Against Factory Farmed Pork

February 9, 2011 / No Comments

A new film, Pig Business, looks at how factory farmed pork are developed and supports to end the practice of raising animals in factories as well as better being of ‘farmed for food’ animals. Sienna Miller, Stella McCartney and other stars supporting the film are pushing for a ban on factory farmed pork in Europe.

Cacti Find New Home, Thanks to Rachel Mahlke’s Designs

January 25, 2011 / No Comments

Bay Area artist Rachel Mahlke is transforming stilettos to plant cacti and other succulents, and she does so by conveying a message recycling symbols of sexuality in to objects of utility. These creations occupy her “femme-feminist” belief.

Nike Introduces New Sustainable Football Kit

January 21, 2011 / No Comments

Nike has joined with the French Football Federation on Monday and a shirt and short made from recycled microfiber polyester, to put it in laymen’s term, the pair is derived entirely from discarded plastic bottles along with organic cotton.

Rihanna’s New Fragrance Reb’l Fleur Earns PETA Approval

January 18, 2011 / 1 Comment

The star singer Rihanna, who tops the hit list of PETA, as the “Worst Dressed” celebs in terms of cruelty to animals, seems to be on the track of a change. And the most notable fact in this regard is, PETA is also endorsing her new venture.

Alicia Silverstone Charms with New Collection for EcoTools

January 11, 2011 / 1 Comment

Alicia Silverstone, known for her environmental and animal welfare activism, is partnering for a new project that is to be launched this Spring. EcoTools is a company that deals with earth-friendly cosmetic, nail and bath accessories, which are incredibly soft and made from natural and recycled materials.

Richard Branson’s Son Aims to Be an Environmental Filmmaker

January 6, 2011 / No Comments

Sam is not a daddy’s boy when it comes to his profession. Well, this 25 year old gentleman is all set to escape his father’s shadow. Richard Branson’s son Sam Branson does not seem to have any genuine interest in following his father’s footsteps. Rather, he wants to make it big in the environmental activities.