. wants to use the Social Network against the guy who created it.
It’s now time to use The Social Network to promote a safe and sane environment.
Facebook had its Oscar moment the other week when The Social Network brought home three Academy Awards. But with the red carpets rolled away, the mighty social behemoth should consider the implications of ”Unfriend Coal,” a Greenpeace campaign designed to make Facebook reconsider the power fueling its data centers.
"It's so important to educate the population about how bad coal is for all of us," Begley said. "Currently, Facebook uses coal to source its services— the goal of the campaign is to have the company shift to clean energy so that it is completely coal free by 2021."
Now, actor/activist Begley, Jr. and his health and fitness instructor wife Rachelle Carson urge people on Facebook to “unfriend” coal energy. They want to get stars like, Leonardo DiCaprio to tell his 1,363,721 fans about the dirty energy that fueled their Facebook pages.
(See the video above under the photo gallery.)
Also folks . . .
—Ed here, checking in. I'll be at the Spring Cottage Life Show in Toronto, Canada on March 26. If you're in the area, come on by. I'll be at the (Envirolet) booth after speaking at 1pm. The booth #1319 is in Hall 3 to meet customers and sign autographs.
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