Vanity Fair Goes Green

May issue highlights the environmental crisis and people across a variety of professions committed to education and change.
April 21, 2006, 6am PDT | Anonymous
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Vanity Fair presents its first "Green Issue", beginning an "increased commitment to reporting on the threat to our precious environment", says editor Graydon Carter. The May cover features a quartet of ecoâ€"power players, capturing Hollywood glamour and activist passion: Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Al Gore, Julia Roberts, and George Clooney, photographed by Annie Leibovitz.

Articles inside address the pressing environmental issues of the day: Mark Hertsgaard reports on the reality of global warming; Michael Shnayerson writes on the Appalachian mountaintop-mining crisis; and a Green Guide offers up 50 simple things you can do in your daily life to help save the planet.

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Published on Saturday, April 15, 2006 in Vanity Fair
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