Fox's 24 to go carbon neutral
Shortly after hearing that Eric Bana's new flick Love the Beast would be going carbon neutral, news comes in that Fox will be offsetting the carbon emissions from the popular television show 24. To lessen the environmental load further, cast and crew members have switched to hybrid shuttle vehicles, trucks used by Fox will use a 20 percent biodiesel blend, motion sensors will turn lights on and off and clean energy credits will be purchased from wind farms in India.
Stars like Kiefer Sutherland will record public service announcements urging fans of the show to lessen their own environmental impact. Why 24? According to Howard Gordon, executive producer of the show, "We are arguably the worst possible offender, which is why, in a way, it made sense to start with us. If we can do it, anyone can."
[Source: NY Times]
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