Jack Johnson's Eco-Tour, Gisele Bundchen's Model Skincare, and More


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While musician Jack Johnson is no stranger to promoting environmentalism with his tours, albums, and fundraising efforts, this year's tour will take things one step further--by donating all of the proceeds to charity.Johnson's next album, To the Sea--which was recorded at two solar-powered studios--will be released on June 1, and his tour will include biodiesel-fueled buses and education on eating locally and reducing plastic waste. During Johnson's last tour, he donated nearly $1 million in proceeds; check his tour site for dates in your area. (Via Planet Green)

Joan Jett's Green Heart

Photo via theogeo @ flickr Joan Jett fans have plenty of reasons to rock out this weekend: While the Kristen Stewart/Dakota Fanning version of Jett's early life and first band, The Runaways, opens in theaters tonight, the rocker and her current band released a greatest hits album with 100 percent recycled or biodegradable packaging and trays. The two-disc album includes Jett hits like "I Love Rock n' Roll," "Crimson and Clover," and "Cherry Bomb," and Jett says on her website that it's a green step she's excited to take: "I've always appreciate nature...I hope that soon we can make sure that everything we do is earth-friendly." (Via Vegetarian Star)

Go Behind the Scenes on Mt. Kilamanjaro in Summit on the Summit

When a group of actors and musicians--Jessica Biel, Lupe Fiasco, Emile Hirsch, Kenna, and Alexandra Costeau included--gear up to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, it only makes sense that MTV cameras would be there to capture it all. The Summit on the Summit climb, which raised enough money to donate more than 6 million liters of clean water to people who don't have it, premiered in documentary format on the music channel on Sunday; watch the Blair Witch-inspired trailer above, and check your local listings for additional airings. (Via Mother Nature Network)

Gisele Bundchen's Model Skincare Line

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Supermodel Gisele Bundchen has already showed off her environmental passion through her work as the United Nations' Environmental Goodwill Ambassador--and now she's turning a green eye to the subject she knows best: Beauty. Her new skincare line, Sejaa, promises "all-natural ingredients, calming fragrances, thoughtful packaging and recycled paper," and includes day cream, night cream, a mud mask, and a skincare kit, all available online. Of course, there's no guarantee that using the products will land you next month's Vogue cover, but at least you'll make your beauty routine a little more sustainable. (Via Ecorazzi)

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