Environmental causes have long benefited from the visibility of famous advocates…Read More
When people think “going green,” it usually means recycling or biking to work. School of Filmmaking students decided to take it one step further with their third-year film, “Curls.” As the future of the film industry, these innovative students, including a crew of over 60 and an Eco-Management team, set their sights on obtaining the EMA Seal for their film.Read More
In EMA's first annual Benefit Gala, attendees discussed the long-term impact of a "dangerous" Trump administration and the need for increased awareness on environmental crises.
The Environmental Media Association (EMA) held its first annual Honors Benefit Gala on Saturday evening. Over the course of the night, Jane Fonda, Elizabeth Olsen, CEO of Oneida Nation Enterprises Ray Halbritter and President of LA Car Guy Mike Sullivan were all honored for their contributions, both locally and globally, to making the Earth a safer and cleaner place to live for generations to come.Read More
Elizabeth Olsen had all eyes on her during the Environmental Media Association's first annual benefit gala in LA Saturday.
The Ingrid Goes West ingenue, 29, made a sultry show in a chic black dress which dipped low to offer maximum amounts of cleavage.
Elizabeth, who is the younger sister of clothing designers Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, gave her stylish sisters a run for their money in her classic look.Read More
Elizabeth Olsen strikes a pose on the green carpet as she arrives at the 2018 Environmental Media Association’s Benefit Gala on Saturday night (June 9) in Los Angeles, Calif.
The 29-year-old Avengers star looked pretty in a black dress as she was joined at the event by Grey’s Anatomy actress Ellen Pompeo.Read More
1st Annual Environmental Media Association Honors Benefit Gala - Arrivals
Actress Elizabeth Olsen attends the 1st Annual Environmental Media Association Honors Benefit Gala at a private residence on June 9, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.Read More
Van Jones, host of CNN’s The Van Jones Show, urges voters who are deeply concerned about the future of America under Donald Trump to do more than just tweet – vote. “This is the most important election of your lifetime.”
America is like a car in reverse right now under President Donald Trump, Van Jones, 49, tells Hollywoodlife.com in an exclusive interview. But the CNN host of The Van Jones Show is adamant that simply praying that Bob Mueller‘s investigation into whether Donald Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia, is simply not going to put America back on track and moving forward.Read More