Great Green Idea: Mauri Pioppo

04/17/2007 at 03:00 PM ET

Recycling isn’t just for paper or cans — N.Y.C jewelry designer Mauri Pioppo used all recycled gold in her new Live Green collection. Not only did the environmentally committed jeweler not use any precious natural resources in the making of the line, but she is donating 30% of proceeds to the Natural Resources Defense Council. No wonder eco-activists Sheryl Crow and Laurie David have been sporting theirs in support! Get yours at mauripioppo.com for $365 (or $225 for sterling silver).

Click here to see more photos, news and a full bio of Sheryl Crow, and click here to check out more eco-friendly ideas in Off the Rack.

Photo: Matt Sayles/ap

FILED UNDER: Eco-Friendly , Jewelry

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faith on

well, i’m not crazy about this particular necklace, but i like the idea/purpose behind it! however, i know there have to be more ways to support the “green” movement that won’t break my bank account!

glad on

its aight !

Alice on

I really like this necklace and the cause. Unfortunately, after buying a new home, its not in my budget.

Ashley on

Can’t afford this right now either – but if I could, I’d go for the silver! Good cause.

Barbara on

Wow! 30% is a lot to give back…very generous of the designer. I think it’s a great price for fine jewelry.

stylenews.peoplestylewatch.com on

I hope all is w.. Peachy :)

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