Washington: American actress Brooke Shields is very much concerned about the growing skepticism surrounding global warming.
"It all upsets me because I feel like we keep losing sight of simpler, smaller things. I don``t know what is true or not, I only know what I can do on a daily basis because I believe in it.
Whether I am turning the water off in between brushing my teeth, which my little daughter is the police of, or I am recycling, or switching my products or using an energy saving washing machine.
I just have to do the best that I can do and keep doing more," Fox News quoted Shields as saying.
Brooke and Brendan Fraser star in a new comedy flick ``Furry Vengeance``, which revolves around a real estate developer who has to tackle an array of angry animals when his new housing subdivision encroaches on their habitat.
The film`s motive is to teach the developer about human encroachment on natural surroundings.
"There`s an eco message but it is not something that we`re preaching. We hope it spurs conversation with our kids about Mother Nature, the environment and the animals and how they can respect that," Shields said.