A Lucy Lawless Social Awareness Campaign - Greenpeace
 

 

Lucy Lawless  & Illuminate Our Place
Auction - Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior

Television star Lucy Lawless has stepped behind the lens to encourage supposedly green but often inactive New Zealanders to protect their environment. Lawless said she chose to capture an image of a frog because the creatures were highly sensitive to water and forest health, and crucial barometers for our environment.

Bid on Lucy's Photo (Closes 31 August 2011)


 


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7 May 2012

Lucy Tweets About Phil Bishop and His Work On Saving Amphibian Species

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Back in August 2011 Lucy took part in a Greenpeace auction to raise awareness and to inform New Zealanders to protect their environment by photographing places or animals that were important to her on the environment. Lucy said she chose to capture an image of a frog because the creatures were highly sensitive to water and forest health, and crucial barometers for our environment. Lucy's frog sold for $505 but what was more important, it highlighted the need to save their habitats.

Click here to read more about Lucy's frog.


This evening Lucy had a visitor staying over. Phil Bishop is lecturer at Otago University. He travels the world implementing programs to save the most least cuddly & most vulnerable. Lucy tweeted the following about this:

 


See more of Lucy's role as an Eco-Warrior and Greenpeace Ambassador


 

 

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