Dallas, TX (PRWEB) October 12, 2012
Ian Somerhalder recently received a green acknowledgement. Based on an article by tonic.com, he was nominated for the “Most Responsible Celebrity” award for 2012. And familiar with the actor's green works, Green Bean Line said that he embodies the kind of person everyone should emulate.
It was said in the report that the actor is one of the top three green celebrities who will contend for the said title given by the International Green Award. Previously known as the “Cult of Celebrity,” it recognizes the green works of an international public figure toward a more sustainable environment. The ITA will announce who wins the said on November 20 at Battersea Power Station in London.
Joining the “Vampire Diaries” actor contending for the award are green celebrities Livia Firth from UK and Nadya Hutalong from Singapore. The three of them were determined as the top three green celebrities after the nominated ten were narrowed down.
Below is a part of the post Ian Somerhalder Gets an International Green Nomination by GreenBeanLine.com.
“Ian Somerhalder just beat George Clooney. That is, for a spot to contend for the “Most Responsible Celebrity” award for 2012.
The famous “Vampire Diaries” actor joined Livia Firth, an eco-friendly entrepreneur and wife of actor Colin Firth from UK, and Nadya Hutalong, an eco-activist celebrity from Singapore, at the top three running for the title. They were determined after the nominated ten green celebrities were narrowed down by the International Green Awards via votation.”
According to the green cleaning website GreenBeanLine.com, green celebrities are admirable for using their fame and fortune to help the environment. It said that they are the ones people should emulate. And as one who does his part to help build a more sustainable planet, the website said that Ian Somerhalder deserves his nomination as he sets himself as a true green example.
Additionally, the website encouraged the public to do their part to help better the condition of the planet. It said that even with green cleaning, anyone could already help.