This week, I received a Groupon email, where, mixed in with deals for half-off reusable dry cleaning bags and gluten-free groceries, was an Earth Day banner featuring Edward Norton.

The serendipitous email came with the realization that Norton's movies have all along been teaching us important lessons on how to be eco-friendly. (No, seriously.) In "Fight Club" alone, we learned -- along with all the mischief, mayhem, and masochism-- several ways to recycle, reuse and reduce. (We also learned to avoid the clam chowder.)

While we respect the hell out of Norton and his environmental efforts (and applaud Earth Day), we also couldn't resist the urge to do something a little different tied to the celebration.

Below are six ways Norton's performances taught us the virtues of conservation.

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