Hollywood meets fossil fuel!

Actor/director Mark Ruffalo jumped on the United Nations agenda bandwagon with these tweets.

Bless his heart. Dear Mr. Ruffalo: When you are on the side of Greenpeace nuts, you are doing it wrong.

The hashtag was trending this morning as eco-nuts tweeted out messages to the Rio+20 United Nations Summit.

The summit appears to be as irrelevant as its supporters.

(Reuters) – As Brazil welcomes nearly 120 heads of state and government for a summit on global development this week, the mood could not be more different than it was two decades ago, when global leaders gathered here for the landmark Earth Summit.

Back then, once-arcane concerns about climate change and deforestation had finally grabbed the world’s attention, leading to a global treaty on biodiversity and decisions that cleared the way for the Kyoto agreement on greenhouse gases.

Now, though, the minds of global leaders are elsewhere.

Instead of clean energy, food, the oceans and other topics scheduled for debate at Rio+20, as the summit is known, political focus is attuned to a teetering Europe, turmoil in the Middle East and a presidential campaign in the United States.

Actor Adam Baldwin is not a fan of what he calls this anti-American propaganda campaign. So, he decided to fight propaganda with truth.

https://twitter.com/adamsbaldwin/status/214756305527783425

https://twitter.com/adamsbaldwin/status/214757287305297920

https://twitter.com/adamsbaldwin/status/214749669195128832

https://twitter.com/adamsbaldwin/status/214761308946571265

https://twitter.com/adamsbaldwin/status/214758959213576194

Boom. And then began the counter hashtag #endethanolsubsidies.

https://twitter.com/adamsbaldwin/status/214734589061640195

https://twitter.com/ratPack66/status/214750120007315458

https://twitter.com/BrandonSFrazer/status/214740996574031874

Hashtag box office results? Win for Mr. Baldwin. Plus, he’s way easier on the eyes. Are we right, ladies?