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Lucas’s green cause close to her heart

Lucas's green cause close to her heart

  |   Written by Caroline Marcus

SHE is becoming the Australian face of the anti-whaling campaign, the woman who braved arrest in Japan for her dedication to the cause.

Thanks to the assistance of modern photographic technology, actor Isabel Lucas appears on the majestic tail of one of her beloved animals in a spread supporting World Environment Day next month in the “green” June edition of madison magazine.

Lucas, who stars in the coming television series The Pacific and the feature film Daybreakers, urged people to employ more environmentally friendly habits, including riding bicycles, using energy-efficient appliances, planting vegetable gardens and using organic detergents.

“If we’re finding it painful to make changes now, imagine how hard it will be in 10 years,” Lucas said.

“We need to be responsible now so that our kids can swim in the ocean and not get sick from the pollution,” Lucas said. “I believe it’s possible to change. I’m excited about it.”

Japanese authorities issued a warrant for the actor’s arrest after she joined an anti-whaling protest at Wakayama in October.

Actresses Sophie Monk and Brooke Satchwell, musicians Ben Lee and Tex Perkins, television presenters Catriona Rowntree, Natalie Gruzlewski, Fuzzy and Yumi Stynes, author Sophie Lee, and radio hosts Tim Ross, Merrick Watts, Andy Lee and Hamish Blake were also part of the shoot.