Eco-Celebrity Tweets of the Week

November 9, 2012

Eco-celebrities Daryl Hannah, Bill Nye, Martha Stewart and Mark Ruffalo lend their green expertise to TwitterSometimes 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!

 

 

 

 


1. Daryl Hannah

Eco-celebrities Daryl Hannah, Bill Nye, Martha Stewart and Mark Ruffalo lend their green expertise to TwitterEnvironmentalist and actress Daryl Hannah never holds back regarding her opinions about the planet. To see it to believe it, check out this tweet.

“its time – regional renewable energy implementation – lose citizens united ruling – tax big polluters & move away from industrial farming”

2. Bill Nye

Eco-celebrities Daryl Hannah, Bill Nye, Martha Stewart and Mark Ruffalo lend their green expertise to TwitterScientist Bill Nye encouraged others to vote this week with the environment in mind. Did you follow his advice?

“If you’re a Floridian or Ohioan, think about the world’s environment as you vote.
There are a couple hours yet to go.”

3. Martha Stewart

Eco-celebrities Daryl Hannah, Bill Nye, Martha Stewart and Mark Ruffalo lend their green expertise to TwitterWith it being election week, celebs like Martha Stewart reached out to the Twitterverse to get anyone and everyone to cast their vote, especially to benefit the planet.

“Please do not fdorget to get out and VOTE. Do you care about the environment?education?women’s rights? VOTE”

4. Mark Ruffalo

Eco-celebrities Daryl Hannah, Bill Nye, Martha Stewart and Mark Ruffalo lend their green expertise to TwitterAs soon as the election ended, Mark Ruffalo took to his Twitter to express his excitement and support in getting the planet back in order.

“Okay lets’ get to work on a renewable energy economy and real energy independence.
Let’s deal with Climate Change.”

Be sure to check back weekly for these feel good celebrity tweets and what they have to offer in only 140 characters!

-Allyson Koerner

Photo Credit: Twitter, Flickr/John Antoni, Flickr/thepanamerican, Wikimedia/David Shankbone, Wikimedia/Tony Felgueiras
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