By Steve G. Monday, September 19, 2011
Hollywood's red carpet event Sunday was greener than ever, meeting Fox's goal for neutralizing the carbon footprint of the 63rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
To start, TV stars walked a locally-produced carpet made from 25,000 feet of recycled material, illuminated by solar-powered, energy-saving LED and fluorescent lighting.
Many other eco-friendly practices were used, like sorting and recycling of all event materials, composting food that was locally grown, and using signage printed with water-based ink on biodegradable materials.
(READ the story in MNN.com)
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