Hollywood is getting into the environmental game. With all the limos, travel, generators, and waste, Hollywood has been recognized as the biggest air polluters in L.A. Understanding the impact of bad press, the studios are jumping in to clean up their act. Sony Pictures has installed solar panels in the historic Jimmy Stewart building, and their new buildings are being constructed according to LEEDS standards. Warner is printing all the wraps and inserts for DVD’s on recycled paper, which is projected to save over 53,000 trees every year. Paramount has “Green Sunday”, where volunteers around Los Angeles work on environmental projects like tree planting and beach clean-ups.
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