NBC News: Opinion | Malin Akerman: Don't leave your environmentalism home when you go to work

Many people know me as an actress, producer and environmentalist, but first and foremost I’m a mother. The health of my son has always been — and will continue to be — the primary motivating force behind my eco-stewardship and passion for a sustainable lifestyle. I try to consider the health of both my child and our planet with every decision I make.

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Fonda, Elizabeth Olsen Honored by Environmental Media Association

The Environmental Media Association will honor Jane Fonda, Ray Halbritter, Mike Sullivan, and Elizabeth Olsen on June 9 at its Honors Benefit Gala in Los Angeles.

Fonda will receive the Female EMA Lifetime Achievement Award and Halbritter, CEO of Oneida Nation Enterprises, will be given the Male EMA Lifetime Achievement Award. Olsen will receive the EMA Futures Award. Sullivan, owner of LAcarGuy, has been selected for the EMA Corporate Responsibility Award.

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Jane Fonda to be Honored with EMA Lifetime Achievement Award at Gala in June

Jane Fonda has worked throughout her career to make a difference on the planet, and now the actress is being honored for her efforts.

Fonda, 80, is being presented the Female EMA Lifetime Achievement Award at the EMA Honors Benefit Gala on June 9 at a private estate in Los Angeles, PEOPLE confirms exclusively.

The inaugural gala — hosted by Ellen Pompeo — will acknowledge “globally recognized trailblazers and icons for their tireless work protecting the planet,” according to a press release.


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Hollywood Goes Green: An Interview with Debbie Levin

How can Hollywood help the climate?

Debbie Levin is the president and CEO of Environmental Media Association (EMA), a non-profit organization which utilizes the entertainment industry to spread environmentally-conscious messages. Since its inception in 1989, EMA has expanded beyond Hollywood with ongoing projects in education, business, and sustainability.

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Jaden Smith, millennial style icon, entrepreneur and environmental activist, is set to host the 2017 Environmental Media Association Awards. At last year's awards, Smith took home the Male Futures Award for his work with JUST, the "responsibly sourced" water company which uses environmentally friendly packaging. The awards show, set to place Sept. 23 in Los Angeles, will be the 19-year-old's first hosting gig. Given his poetic way with words, we're sure the show will be one you won't want to miss. 

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