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.Read More
Welcome to the new episode of the Billboard Pop Shop Podcast, your one-stop shop for all things pop on Billboard's weekly charts. In addition, you can always count on a lively discussion about the latest pop news, fun chart stats and stories, new music, and guest interviews with music stars and folks from the world of pop.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
The Environmental Media Association has announced the nominees for its 28th annual award show! The EMA Awards honor productions and individuals in both film and television that increase public awareness and inspire personal action on environmental issues.Read More
The Environmental Media Association announced the full list of nominees for its 28th annual Environmental Media Awards on Friday.This year, the EMA Awards show will be held in Los Angeles at the Montage Beverly Hills on May 22. Fox, Sony, and HBO top the 2018 nominees with three nods each.Read More
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.Read More
Karreuche Tran has come a long way since the public was introduced to the Angelino back in 2010. The 29-year-old beauty has moved beyond tabloid fodder and on to bigger and better things, now using her immense popularity for several great causes.Read More
The Environmental Media Association has been the voice of the planet for 28 years. They’ve emphasized their movement through celebrity voices, social media, educational programs, and multiple annual events. One of those is the EMA IMPACT Summit, where they award the best innovator working to solve an environmental issue with a $50,000 grant.Read More
Celebrity activism often has a pejorative connotation– with Twitter crying “woke” whenever said awareness seems to have come out of nowhere– but some social activists theorize that celebrity endorsement is actually one of the most powerful ways to draw attention to social problems.Read More
It’s easy being green for Natalie Portman, Nikki & Ian and more environmentally conscious celebsRead More
The 2017 Environmental Media Awards honoring Hollywood stars and business owners who are using their power and influence to help the environment, were held yesterday on September 24 at the Barker Hangar in Los Angeles.Read More
Debbie Levin, CEO and President of the Environmental Media Association, joins us on 5900 Wilshire. This non-profit is dedicated to promoting environmental progress and innovations. The EMA Awards are happening Saturday, September 23rd, and Jaden Smith is hosting. Find out about the celebrities being honored and purchase tickets now at http://www.green4ema.org/Read More
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.Read More