Actor Saoirse Ronan has worked for free on a new campaign encouraging food and drink manufacturers to become more sustainable.
The voluntary Origin Green programme was announced by Bord Bia, the Irish food board, today and it aims to get every Irish food and drink manufacturer signed up to an environmentally friendly charter by 2016.
Actress Saoirse Ronan conceded last night that every part she takes from now on will have a love interest, as she opened 'Pho20graphy' -- an exhibition by Barry McCall at the Copper House Gallery in aid of the ISPCC in Dublin last night.
But the Carlow girl, who recently celebrated her 18th birthday on the set of movie 'The Host', has said plot concerns her more than romantic clinches.
"It's a given at this stage that romantic stories are going to be offered to me but I'm more interested in the story and characters. It's just not important if there are love scenes in it," she told the Irish Independent yesterday.
The screen star had not one, but two on-screen love interests in the adaptation of the bestselling novel from 'Twilight' author Stephenie Meyer, Max Irons -- son of Jeremy Irons and Sinead Cusack -- and American Jake Abel.
Saoirse plays young rebel Melanie, one of the last humans fighting a parasitic alien species whose body is invaded by an alien soul.
"I have two different characters who are in love with different men.