Saturday's series of Live Earth concerts—billed as a green event, but really just an elaborate excuse for Al Gore and his all-dad garage band to clumsily perform their one song, a cover of "Smoke on the Water," in front of a global audience—offered up for inspiration some ads featuring the eco-friendly daily habits of Hollywood A-listers.
Above, Cameron Diaz selflessly decides to dispose of a stack of scripts for projects she's passed on by dumping them in a recycling bin. It may not seem like a lot, but if every $15 million-per-picture actress were to do the same, the cumulative effect would be enough to neutralize a weekend's worth of emissions produced by a lesser-enlightened starlet's commute to and from Winston's in a Range Rover. Answer the call.
- Live Earth Commercial - Cameron Diaz [YouTube]