Celebrities often hold a lot of sway in our society. Their voices, coupled with their massive followings, can be instrumental in shedding light on important causes and initiatives. Lately, we’ve noticed a commendable trend — celebs channeling their influence to champion sustainability and eco-conscious endeavors. Dive in as we explore five celebs making green moves with their brands.
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1. Hugh Jackman, Founder, Laughing Man Coffee.
When Hugh met Ethiopian coffee farmer Dukale, he was so inspired that he opened Laughing Man Coffee Shop in New York. What’s more heartwarming? Proceeds support educational endeavors and social entrepreneurs globally.
2. Leonardo DiCaprio, Founder, Blackadore Caye: A Restorative Island.
Hollywood’s beloved Leo is stepping up eco-resorts by restoring an island near Belize. Set to offer sustainable homes, electric vehicles, and innovative waste treatments, Leo’s resort aims to restore nature. A vacation with a cause? Sign me up!
3. Gina Rodriguez, Co-Founder, Naja.
“Jane the Virgin’s” Gina has co-founded Naja, an underwear brand empowering South American female workers. Not just offering fair wages and benefits, they also support workers’ kids with school necessities.
4. Selena Gomez, Rare Beauty.
Selena’s Rare Beauty line is more than just cosmetics — it’s a mission. Each vegan, cruelty-free product mirrors Selena’s dedication to redefining beauty. Not to mention, sales contribute to mental health services, a cause dear to Selena’s heart.
5. Matt Damon, Co-Founder, water.org.
And did you know? Matt Damon co-founded water.org! But it’s not just about giving out water. Additionally, they offer small loans for water access and fund innovative solutions to address the global water crisis.
Celebrities are proving that fame can be leveraged for a higher purpose. Which eco-conscious brand resonates with you the most? Share and let the world know about these incredible ventures.
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