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Adrian Grenier              

Actor Known for HBO's "Entourage"; Environmental Activist; UN Ambassador

Adrian Grenier is an accomplished actor, filmmaker, and environmentalist. He has cemented his reputation as an advocate and a communicator on environmental issues over the last decade. He launched Earth Speed Media, a think tank and content-production firm that focuses on sustainability, social responsibility and environmental stewardship. The 1st series is documentary "Earth Speed," that follows Grenier as he searches for partners, companies, and entrepreneurs who can change the world for the better.

Grenier is also founder of the Lonely Whale Foundation, dedicated to ocean health and the wellbeing of marine wildlife and Co-Founder and general partner of DuContra Ventures, which brings investors and forward-thinkers together to help propel projects that are “better for the planet investing and tools for the giving economy”. He is also an Ambassador at the UN Environment Programme Clean Seas, a campaign to end marine plastic pollution. He is the first Chief Earth Advocate for the space tourism company World View, inspiring new perspectives on the planet, and encouraging deeper respect for it as a living organism.

Grenier currently resides in Austin, TX on his sustainable farm with his wife Jordan Roemmele and their baby boy - where their eco-friendly efforts include growing much of their own food, using regenerative practices to replenish the soil, and creating a wildlife sanctuary. They 46-acre property is home to bobcats, wild boar, fish, egrets, hawks, vultures, ducks, llamas, donkeys, goats, and chickens. Grenier calls living in Texas “a breath of fresh air” after his life in Hollywood.

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Adrian Grenier talks new role as Chief Earth Advocate for World View
Actor Adrian Grenier joins the 3rd Hour of TODAY to talk about his role as the first Chief Earth Advocate for the space tourism company World View, which is planning to take passengers nearly 23 miles above Earth in a high-tech balloon and capsule. “I get to welcome people back to Earth and rediscover their relationship to the planet,” he says.

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