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Han Solo Gets His Chest Waxed

Harrison Ford got his chest waxed on Access Hollywood in order to shock people into paying attention to deforestation. This is especially interesting considering how shy and reclusive the Indiana Jones star is known for being. Apparently the painful removing of his chest hair is supposed to draw a parallel to the devastating impact deforestation has on the planet. Listen, Solo, you are preaching to the choir. We appreciate the sincere message, but women have been waxing for years. Besides, we’ve all seen The 40-Year Old Virgin by now. Lookin’ good though! [Access Hollywood via Ecorazzi] Keep reading »

Crave: Wallpaper That Adds Ambiance And Eco-Friendliness To Your Abode

Ninety-percent of the reason I want to own a house someday is so I can wallpaper every room in a different pattern. WalnutWallpaper.com sells wallpaper that is made from non-toxic materials such as water-based ink and untreated papers (no chemical waterproofing of any kind), not to mention wallpaper with some of the coolest and hard to find patterns I have ever seen. Designers include Allegra Hicks, Geoff McFetridge, and Neisha Crosland. After the jump are squares of a few of my faves. [WalnutWallpaper.com via EcoSalon.com] Keep reading »

The Daily Hotness: Colin Beavan

Colin Beavan, his wife, and their young daughter have spent the last year trying to lead a no carbon impact lifestyle in New York City, blogging about the experience on “No Impact Man”. The experiment included, among other things, producing no trash except for what went into a compost, purchasing no goods except for food grown within a 250-mile radius, using no carbon-based transportation (very tough in NYC!), and using no paper products, including toilet paper. Colin was on The Colbert Report earlier this month explaining just how fun this experience has been. A book based on the blog will be released in 2009, which Colin promises, “will be printed and produced in some, yet to be determined, sustainable way.” Keep reading »

Crave: A Necklace That Even An Elephant Would Love

Isn’t this necklace pretty? It’s made from orange tagua which is a vegetable alternative to ivory. Beautiful and yet it doesn’t eff with elephants! Happy Earth Day! [$200, GreenWithGlamour.com] Keep reading »

Crave: An Eco-Friendly, Yet Threatening Hoodie

Happy Earth Day, a day early! [$155, Katherine E. Hamnett]
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