Addressing the Mess with a Little Laughter

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Comedy Central has shown us that laughter may perhaps be the best medicine with satirical content on the world's issues through shows like The Daily Show and The Colbert Report. With the help of Earth 911, the network will next week launch its Address the Mess website to incorporate that same style while educating people about the environment. The site will feature environment-themed videos with Comedy Central personalities, quizzes created with guidance from Earth 911 on your environmental footprint and content from a number of environmental resources.

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