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Green Celebrities Come Out En Masse For Environmental Media Awards

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When it comes being eco-friendly, the Environmental Media Association — an organization that works closely with the entertainment industry to raise environmental awareness — was on board way before it was cool or trendy.

On Saturday, October 16, the organization is hosting the 20th Annual Environmental Media Association Awards — an event to honor film and television personalities, productions, musicians and musical tours that convey environmental messages in the most creative and influential ways.

“The Environmental Media Awards mean something more than just recognition of civic courage,” says green advocate Mikhail Gorbachev. “They are testimony to the fact that responsible and influential members of the media have a clear understanding of the environment’s crucial importance in our lives today.”

This year, a slew of huge celebs will be hitting up the ceremony, including Eva Mendes, Amy Poehler, James Cameron, Jane Fonda, Daryl Hannah, and many more!

Wanna find out why we think the Environmental Media Association Awards are the place to be? Stop by EMA-Online.org and check it out!

Happy 20th, guys!

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