Who Loves the Earth? Top Green Celebs

In honor of Earth Week, we've rounded up a few celebrities committed to environmental causes. Click through to see who the greenest celebs are.

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George Clooney drives an electric car. Need we say more? He also founded the campaign OilChange, which raises awareness about Americans dependency on foreign oil.
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Leonardo DiCaprio is one of Hollywood's most vocal environmentalists. When he finally won an Oscar in 2016, he used his acceptance speech to advocate for action to combat climate change. Years earlier, DiCaprio leveraged his stardom to help produce a climate change documentary called "The 11th Hour." His foundation, established in 1998, provides grants for conservation projects. The foundation works on environmental and humanitarian issues on land, oceans and species conservation, climate change and disaster relief.
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Matt Damon co-founded the nonprofit Water.org, which focuses on providing developing countries with clean water and sanitation. Damon has helped around 3 million people through the organization.
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When pregnant with her son, Natalie Portman decided to go vegan. She doesn’t wear leather, fur or feathers. She’s created a line of vegan shoes, which benefits The Nature Conservancy.
George Clooney drives an electric car. Need we say more? He also founded the campaign OilChange, which raises awareness about Americans' dependency on foreign oil.
Robert Redford has used his celebrity for green advocacy for decades, lobbying for the Clean Air and Water acts in the 1970s and organizing international conferences for climate action in the 1980s. More recently, he was named as “Hero of the Environment” by Time Magazine and was honored with by Duke University with the LEAF award (Lifetime Environmental Achievement in the Fine Arts). He also produced the TV program “The Green,” which discusses issues such as wilderness preservation and solar energy.
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Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen has helped raise funds for conservation in her country's Amazon and Atlantic rainforests. She also launched the Clean Water Project as a global ambassador with the United Nations.
EMPTY_CAPTION"Entourage" star Adrian Grenier promotes sustainability on SHFT.com, a sustainable living lifestyle site he founded for eco-conscious consumers.
Elsa Pataky and Chris Hemsworth support Oceana, an ocean conservation organization that develops science-based approaches to managing fishing, preserving biodiversity, and keeping the waters free of waste.
Alicia Silverstone, an animal rights activist and environmentalist, was one of the first celebrities to bare it all for PETA. "Being vegan truly is the secret to my life's joy and peace," she told the organization.
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Cate Blanchett co-runs the Sydney Theater Company, which runs on solar energy and rainwater.
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The singer, actress, and entertainer Bette Midler has been an advocate for conservancy in New York City for decades, founding the New York Restoration Project to help develop and restore parks for underserved communities in New York City.
The singer Sting founded the Rainforest Foundation Fund to help prevent deforestation, preserve ecosystem stability, and protect indigenous peoples living in the rainforest.
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Actress and environmentalist Daryl Hannah has protested the Keystone XL pipeline.
Actor Ed Norton has supported renewable energy projects like BP's Solar Neighbors porgram and Enterprise's Green Communities Initiative.
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Jessica Alba founded The Honest Company, an organization that aims to sell home goods made with all-natural materials. While the company has recently been criticized for using chemicals they said they would avoid or selling sunscreen that left some buyers sunburnt, the organization has defended itself, saying the chemicals detected in an independent test were gentler alternatives and their products remain safe.
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Angelina Jolie Pitt's activism extends far beyond environmental issues. She's not only the first recipient of the UN Correspondents Association's “Citizen of the World” award for her humanitarian efforts — she and her husband Brad Pitt also started a foundation dedicated to protecting natural resources and conserving wildlife. Additionally, Brad Pitt's "Make It Right" Foundation builds green homes for those in need around the world.
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