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10 Hottest Eco-Friendly Actresses


COED would like to introducing you to the 10 hottest actresses who are doing their part to make the world a beautiful place — bamboo panties and all! Jut try not going green after reading this.

Jessica Alba

Yes, she’s beautiful, yes, she’s sexy but she also cares about the environment. Jessica Alba and her husband Cash Warren just completed an environmentally-conscious renovation of their L.A. home using mostly recycled materials and non-toxic paint.  Sue Storm would be proud!

Hayden Panettiere

Hayden Panettiere sure loves her dolphins! And no, not in some weird, kinky way. For the past two years, Hayden has traveled to Taiji, Japan to protest dolphin hunting.  Each time, she’s been met with tough opposition from the locals for her protests. But each time Hayden refuses to back down.  Now that’s a Hero!

Alicia Silverstone

When it comes to helping animals, Alicia Silverstone is anything but Clueless. She’s been a member of PETA basically forever, and in ’04 Alicia was voted “Sexiest Female Vegetarian.” She’s also active in PETA’s Save the Sheep and Cows Are Cool campaigns, and lives in a very cool eco-friendly house! Now if she can only convince Steven Tyler to go vegan…

Rachel McAdams

Guys, ya gotta love Rachel McAdams! McAdams is urging women to opt for the bamboo lingerie for the betterment of the environment. The Notebook star has become a leading celebrity green activist and has launched a website,, to help raise awareness about clothing alternatives and better ways to serve the environment. McAdams admits bamboo underwear “sounds quite painful but they’re actually quite soft. I’ve also got soy underwear!”  Umm, sushi, anyone?…

Natalie Portman, a green website, just named Natalie Portman eco-friendly star of the year—and for a good reason. Natalie’s created her own line of vegan shoes, made the documentary Saving a Species: Gorillas on the Brink with animal expert Jack Hanna, and is also the face of a low-energy light bulb company.  Talk about going all out for a cause!

Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson didn’t just get acting talent from her famous mom; she also inherited a head of beautiful, blonde hair.  She’s putting that head to some good environmental and business use by helping to launch a line of hair products that are environmentally friendly and cruelty free. Proceeds are  going to benefit WildAid.  Now if she could only put that beautiful blonde head to use and make some better movies…

Spencer Grammer

You’d better be green if you’re going to hang around with Spencer Grammer. Spencer, who declares she’s “crazy” about water conservation, grew up in California where there were always droughts. She says, “I’m like, you can’t leave the shower on to let it heat up.”

Pamela Anderson

“Clothed” might not be the first word that pops into your head when you think of Pamela Anderson; however eco-conscious definitely should be. Anderson is well-known for her proud vegetarianism and planetary convictions. Now, the outspoken green babe is kicking it up a notch by teaming up with designer Richie Rich to design a line of environmentally-friendly fashion. Anderson says, “I really don’t like to wear clothes. I would rather go naked. But I love Richie’s design so I agreed to be part of it.”  Uh, yeah Pam, we know you like to go naked. We knowwe knowwe know

Halle Berry

Over the past few years, Halle Berry hasn’t made the best movie role choices (Catwoman, anyone?). But Halle’s wise choice upon the birth of her child was for an all organic, eco-friendly nursery. Even the diapers were eco-friendly.  I know, TMI, but we’re pretty sure that  Storm would approve.

Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz is the queen of green. She drives a Prius, visits green websites, shops at farmers markets, and even co-wrote an eco-friendly manual called “Green Book,”  which gives seven hundred “green” solutions to everyday life.   Cameron also shops for organically made clothes, including  bathing suits!

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