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Darker Side of Green in Hollywood
Written by Kristin McMurray   
Wednesday, 28 July 2010 22:12
The New York Times highlighted the "Darker Side of Green" debate series was back saying,

The comedians Tracy Morgan, Andy Samberg and Jamie Kennedy, and the singer Mark McGrath probably aren’t the first names that come to mind when you think of the vanguards of environmentalism. But each will moderate a debate in a series covering four major cities and organized by Lexus to promote its new compact hybrid, the CT 200h, which goes on sale early next year.

The first debate happened in Hollywood with Phelim squaring off against climate alarmist Simran Sethi.

The debate went well and favored Phelim. 

Variety wrote, "The inconvenient truth now is that the environmental movement is deeply fractured," says Trevor Neilson, president of the Global Philanthropy Group, which advises celebrity clients on activism and giving.

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