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Get Out! Meet Celebs, Save the Environment

Hawaii hikeA Hawaiian hike with Kate from Lost and a SoCal skate sesh with Tony Hawk is the stuff of LiveJournal fanfic and workday-slump daydreams.

Except this month — check it.

The Sierra Club's Earth Day “Get Out!” campaign includes eBay auctions for items like a hike with Kate actress Evangeline Lilly and a meet-and-skate with Hawk (which also includes a signed skate deck).

Other offerings include four VIP tickets to a Jimmy Kimmel Live! taping and a meet-and-greet at a Jason Mraz concert. (Look for an interview with Mraz in an upcoming issue of Sierra.) Our favorite item: two front-row seats to the "MythBusters Behind the Myths Tour."

With some auctions closing Monday night, that Earth Day to-do list might include a little computer time. More items, though, will post this week through April 28.

Look out for a nursery makeover with actress and The Honest Company co-founder Jessica Alba, face time with Tae Bo inventor Billy Blanks, and a cutting board signed by Parks and Recreation's Nick Offerman. All proceeds benefit The Sierra Club Foundation's work to inspire more exploring, enjoying and protecting of our planet.

This month, at least, facing the sobering realities of climate change doesn’t exclude a little fun. 


Esperanza Spalding inspires, gets Johnny Cash stuck in our heads

Eva Longoria talks pesticides and changing the world one day at a time

Jessica Alba on toxic chemicals and Craigslist shopping

--image courtesy of istockphoto/sweetlifephotos 

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