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Captain Clean scours The Weather Network


Staff writers

April 18, 2013 — It's Weather Network presenters like you've never seen them before. As part of WWF's I Will If You Will Challenge, they go above and beyond to fulfill an environmentally friendly commitment.

Suzanne Leonard dresses in her wet suit and snorkel gear in an effort to preserve water
Suzanne Leonard dresses in her wet suit and snorkel gear in an effort to preserve water

Would you ever wear snorkel gear and a wet suit on TV? How about giving up meat from your diet for a full week? 

They're some of the promises made by Weather Network presenters last month as part of WWF's I Will If You Will Challenge

Leading up to Earth Hour on March 23, Suzanne Leonard, Chris Murphy and Nathan Coleman all made their own promise to Weather Network fans in an effort to convince others to do something good for the environment.

Their challenges were accepted and the promises delivered, in what some may call some pretty unforgettable TV moments. 

Their promises...

SUZANNE
I will wear my snorkel gear and my wet suit if 500 of you commit to turning off the water when you brush your teeth.

CHRIS
I will dress up as a superhero and collect used batteries for the hazardous waste depot if 500 people commit to the proper disposal of used batteries or simply use rechargeable batteries.

NATE
I love a good burger, but I'm willing to give up meat for a whole week if 500 people agree to eat a vegetarian meal at least once a week for the rest of the year.

Don't forget about Earth Day on Monday, April 22, an annual day for people to demonstrate support for environmental protection worldwide.  


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