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Tinker Bell: Honorary Ambassador Of Green

To celebrate the premiere of Tinker Bell And The Lost Treasure on DVD October 27, 2009, and at the same time promote environmental awareness, Disney’s Tinker Bell has been named Honorary Ambassador Of Green.


Tink was presented with the honor by the United Nations, which hopes the tiny fairy (who just so happens to wear a green dress) will help inspire kids and parents to nurture nature and do what they can to take care of the environment.



Green Theme

In fact, Disney has always tried to inspire a love of nature and conservation through its stories, and the environment is an underlying theme of all of Tinker Bell’s movies.


Video: Watch Tinker Bell Named Honorary Ambassador Of Green


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