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A botanist from Switzerland emailed the NRDC to let them know of a plant he and his students discovered and named after Green Day. The plant, named Macrocarpaea dies-viridis (dies-viridis is Latin for Green Day), was found in February 2006 in Ecuador. You can read more about this on the Green Day + NRDC Blog.

Green Day will be alongside other bands like Blink 182, Bad Religion, Rancid, Offspring and others in the upcoming documentary about the punk scene in the 1990's. The film, titled "One Nine Nine Four", is being made by an Australian independent production company, and is expected to be released in 2008. Read full article.
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