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Jessica Alba Shopping at Barneys Carrying
"Love This Planet" canvas tote!
Britney Snow
Jessica Alba Shopping at Barneys Carrying "Love This Planet" canvas tote! Britney Snow
 
Jessica Alba carrying Love this Planet Tote Bag !
Minnie Driver carrying a
"Get Hip Get Green"
reusable tote bag !
Jessica Alba carrying a Love This Planet Partial Recycled Tote Bag Jessica Alba carrying a Love This Planet Partial Recycled Tote Bag Jessica Alba carrying a Love This Planet Partial Recycled Tote Bag
 
 
MTV Made Shoot: Jesse Csincsak Promotes "Get Hip Get Green" !
Jesse Csincsak, Pro Snowboarder Jesse Csincsak and Get Hip
Get Green CEO Lisa Leija
 
 
 
Get Hip Get Green at the 22nd Annual Great Chefs of Los Angeles event.
Get Hip Get Green CEO Lisa Leija Get Hip Get Green - Giving Back Actor George Lopez
and CEO Lisa Leija
Actor George Lopez
and CEO Lisa Leija
       
 
   
 


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JESSICA.com - Jessica Alba carrying Love this Planet Tote Bag!




Get Hip Get Green at the 22nd Annual Great Chefs of Los Angeles event.




Totes from Get Hip Get Green are not only reusable, they're made from recycled materials! Molly Sims owns a bag from the line.





Get Hip Get Green tackles two core issues, both "E"s: environmentalism and education. How? The organization focuses on a realistic short-term goal of selling reusable grocery bags made from partially recycled material, and funneling the money raised back to a green cause by way of a youth program called The Green Ambassadors, which is an environmental education program that empowers youths to be agents of change in their communities and world. They have designed a simple channel that aspires to be an endless cycle of thought and resourceful activism.

The rapid consumption of plastic bags is tremendous waste of resources and a worldwide crisis. Get Hip Get Green's two-pronged system attacks the immediate problem that humans face with managing our own waste consumption and an even larger issue of educating a new generation on green issues.





Not to sound all crunchy granola or anything, but I love the idea of reusable grocery bags - it's such a no-effort way to make a real difference. - AMY, EDITOR IN-CHIEF, Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine





Do you really need that giganto gap bag to tote home your new inspi(red) tee? Furthermore, with a gap-sized advertising budget, do you really want to give them a freebie by walking around with a mini billboard on your arm? Just say no, Green Girl, and line up for a trendy reusable shopping bag by an alternative designer that you'd be proud to tote anywhere and everywhere...





We can't think of anything less chic than trashing the environment. Or toting a disposable plastic bag, for that matter. Designer Lisa Leija thought so too when she created Get Hip, Get Green, a line of attention-grabbing reusable bags made from 100 percent non-woven polypropylene with partially recycled materials, and printed with water-based inks. Our review unit passed TreeHugger's patented 10-pound-cat test and Leija says that five bags will hold the contents of a completely filled grocery cart...





Did you know that more than 15 million trees are cut down every year? It's a scary thought, but true. Well one way you can help...





You've considered bidding a billion bucks on Anya Hindmarch's "I'm not a plastic bag" bag on eBay, you thought about dishing a twenty for a downtown knock-off, and then reconsidered since it was plastic, then re-reconsidered smiling at the irony of carrying a plastic bag declaring it was not a plastic bag, and then - You discovered Lisa Leija and her reusable bags...





Get Hip Get Green Reusable Grocery Bags

Never leave home with out them :)





.....If you weren't able to snatch up one of Anya's bags and want to find another stylish option that proclaims your dedication to the environment -- you need to check out the "Get Green Get Hip" bags available from the founder of the popular celebrity baby brand Lyla Blu.





Next time, go food shopping with a Lyla Blu reusable grocery bag. You’ll not only save trees, but profits from each sale are donated to the children’s environmental group, The Green Ambassadors. The bags come in two styles and even have hangtags explaining some of the issues facing the environment today. Lylablu.com, $5.

 
 
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