Environmental Media fetes 'West Wing,' 'Hill'

HOLLYWOOD — “I Heart Huckabees” earned kudos in the feature-film category at the 15th annual Environmental Media Assn. Awards, recognizing works that expand public awareness of environmental issues. Kudos were presented Wednesday at the Ebell Club of Los Angeles.

“The West Wing” and “King of the Hill” won for episodic drama and comedy, respectively. The EMA nod for children’s television went to “Lilo & Stitch.” “Trippin’ ” was feted in the reality television category, while “Farming the Seas” was honored with the documentary award.

The Turner Award, given to the television episode that best addresses issues relating to population growth, was given to “The George Lopez Show.”

Keynote speaker Al Gore presented the EMA Board of Directors Ongoing Commitment Award to Cindy Horn and Lyn Lear for their dedication to the environment and their humanitarian lifestyles. Both Horn and Lear are EMA co-founders and board members.

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