June 2009
Dolly;Jun2009, Issue 464, p127
The article presents contradictory opinions from teenage girls regarding the green movement. According to Charlotte, several celebrities such as Miranda Kerr and Leonardo DiCaprio are involved in the movement. She notes that these celebrities help raise awareness among people who would not otherwise be interested. Stephanie thinks that making people aware of climate is a wasted time. She points out that climate change has hindered all the other significant issues in the world such as the Iraq war, poverty in Third World nations and disaster relief.


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