Winners for 2010 Environmental Media Awards


‘Avatar,’ ‘Bones,’ ’30 Rock’  Recognized for Environmentally Conscious Programming Olivia Munn and Jason Ritter Hosted Exclusive Affair

The Environmental Media Association awarded seven films and television programs for their outstanding contributions to environmental causes and green initiatives.  Presented by Toyota and Lexus, the awards celebrated the organization’s 20th anniversary and were held Saturday, October 16, 2010 at Warner Bros Studios in Los Angeles.  The evening concluded with a rousing performance by Kenny Loggins.



Stars in attendance included honorees Jeff Skoll (Philanthropist/Entrepreneur) and Ted Turner (Media Mogul); Eva Mendes (The Other Guys), Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation), Aubrey Plaza (Parks and Recreation), Daryl Hannah (Kill Bill: Vol. 1, 2), Erika Christensen (Parenthood), Frances Fisher (Titanic), James Cameron (director, Avatar) and Suzy Amis Cameron, Jane Fonda (Monster-in-Law), Jason Ritter (TV’s The Event), Jessalyn Gilsig (TV’s Glee), Joanna Garcia (Gossip Girl), Kathryn Morris (TV’s Cold Case), Katrina Bowden (TV’s 30 Rock), Lance Bass (TV’s Dancing With The Stars), Mark-Paul Gosselaar (TV’s Raising the Bar), Michaela Conlin (TV’s Bones), Olivia Munn (TV’s The Daily Show), Rosario Dawson (Percy Jackson And The Olympians), Sam Page (TV’s Mad Men), Sara Rue (TV’s Eastwick), Wendie Malick (TV’s Hot In Cleveland), Wilmer Valderrama (TV’s That 70s Show), and more!


The winners for 2010 Environmental Media Awards are:


Feature Film
Avatar (20th Century Fox)

James CameronDirector / Writer / Producer / Editor

Jon LandauProducer

Mauro FioreCinematographer

James HornerComposer


Gasland (HBO)

Josh FoxDirector / Writer / Producer

Trish AdlesicProducer

Molly GandourProducer

Matthew SanchezEditor

Television Episodic Drama

Bones (FOX)

Hart Hanson – Creator

Dean Lopata – Writer

Television Episodic Comedy
30 Rock (NBC)

Tina Fey – Creator / Writer

Reality Program

Living with Ed (Planet Green)

Ed Begley Jr.Protagonist

Bud W. Brutsman – Executive Producer

Joseph Brutsman – Executive Producer


Children’s Live Action

Lights, Camera, Take Action! Backstage with Disney's Friends for Change (Disney Channel)

F. Michael BlumDirector/Executive Producer

Tracy PionDirector

Lisa PoncinoProducer

Karen Inwood SomersProducer

Anghel Decca- Cinematographer

Miriam SegerProduction Designer  

children’s Animated

Handy Manny (Disney Channel)

Roger BollenCreator/Executive Producer

 Marilyn SadlerCreator

Rick Gitelson – Executive Producer

The sponsors for 2010 Environmental Media Awards are:  Aveda, Bonterra Vineyards, Brita FilterForGood®, California Green Communities, Dole Food Company, Earthbound Farm, Energy Xtreme, House of An (Crustacean, Tiato, An Qi, An Catering), Kellogg Garden Products, Mike Sullivan’s LAcarGUY Family of Dealers, Monterey Bay Aquarium, The Patrón Spirits Co., Southern California Edison, Star Waggons, Stila, Tiffany & Co., Ultimat Vodka.




The Environmental Media Association (EMA) is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 Organization founded in 1989 by Cindy and Alan Horn and Lyn and Norman Lear. EMA is dedicated to harnessing the power of celebrity and the media to promote sustainable lifestyles and believes through positive role modeling the entertainment community can inspire consumers to take action. The organization has grown into a diverse group of industry professionals from film, television and music dedicated to the mission of promoting environmental awareness through the entertainment business and the media.  EMA serves as a valuable link between the entertainment industry and the environmental community.

Toyota (NYSE:TM) established operations in North America in 1957 and currently operates 14 manufacturing plants.  There are more than 1,800 Toyota, Lexus and Scion dealerships in North America which sold more than 2.5 million vehicles in 2008. Toyota directly employs more than 42,000 in North America and its investment here is currently valued at more than $21 billion, including sales and manufacturing operations, research and development, financial services and design. Toyota's annual purchasing of parts, materials, goods and services from North American suppliers totals more than $30 billion. For more information about Toyota, visit or

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