Hollywood went green last night. Very green!

On Wednesday, February 24, Global Green USA hosted its 13th Annual Pre-Oscar Party at Mr. C Beverly Hills Hotel, and Planet Experts was right there in the thick of it! Host Tiffany Paige took to the the Green Carpet to speak to the leading eco-conscious celebrities of Tinsel Town and learn what “going green” means to each of them. Here’s what Stevie Wonder, Maggie Grace, Charlie Puth, Ed O’Neill, Matt Walsh and Jason Ritter had to say about this big, beautiful planet of ours:

Dedicated to helping the people, places, and the planet in need, Global Green USA is fostering a global value shift toward a sustainable future. By pursuing catalytic projects, transformative policy, and cutting-edge research, Global Green is leading the charge for greener and more affordable housing in schools, communities and cities.

Widely recognized as the green event of Oscar week, Global Green’s annual Pre-Oscar Party shines a light on the leading environmental issues of the day. This year, GG honored four young Global Green Champions that epitomize sustainable virtues. Drawn from schools around Los Angeles, these “eco-heroes” are helping their peers consider where their food comes from, and why planting seeds is essential for the next generation.

Stevie Wonder being interviewed by Tiffany Paige. (Photo Credit: Planet Experts)

Stevie Wonder being interviewed by Tiffany Paige. (Photo Credit: Planet Experts)

“Global Green USA is proud to collaborate with the entertainment industry to celebrate the recent progress in climate change and environmental achievements and to raise funds to continue our critical work in Los Angeles and in cities across the country,” said Global Green USA CEO Dr. Les McCabe. “We’re especially excited this year to celebrate the achievements of some outstanding young environmental leaders who also will be featured during the evening.”

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