Celebrity Style Nicole Richie attends the Environmental Media Awards

Published on November 17th, 2008 | by Kelly Dunleavy

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Celebrities like Nicole Richie Walk the ‘Green Carpet’ at Environmental Media Awards

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Nicole Richie, Rosario Dawson and more celebrities came together to award the Simpsons and 30 Rock for promoting environmental concerns in their entertainment efforts.

The Environmental Media Awards have been presented since 1991 and launched the concept of the “green carpet”. The awards go to TV shows, movies and musicians that use their entertainment role to promote environmental concerns. The awards, which were presented this year on November 13, also promote an eco-friendly awards gala and organic food.

With environmentalism becoming the norm, the Environmental Media Awards have gone mainstream with stars like Nicole Richie, Rosario Dawson and Amy Smart (wearing an eco-friendly black gown) walking the green carpet.

Awards winners after the jump.

Environmental Award Winners include: 30 Rock for TV Comedy; Boston Legal for TV Drama; Planet in Peril won for Best Documentary; and Mobile Home Disasters for Reality Programming. In Feature Film, The Simpsons Movie lost out to Into the Wild. And in children’s programming, Handy Manny won over The Naked Brothers Band.

See picture of the stars in attendance at the Environmental Media Awards (Wilmer Valderama and Joel Madden) here.

 


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Kelly lives in San Rafael, CA (which is across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco). She competes competitively in triathlon and spends nearly all her time on her bike, in the pool or out running some of the best trails in the country. After graduating from UC Berkeley, she worked at a start-up fashion magazine for a year and learned more about fashion and photo shoots than she ever wanted to know. She's starting a new job as a reporter for the local MarinScopes newspapers and harbors dreams of becoming the female Edward Murrow. You can read more about her at her website and blog: kellydunleavy.com



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