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Walt Disney: Disney TV Shows and Movies Awarded for Environmental Efforts

The Environmental Media Association (EMA) celebrated the TV shows and movies that helped advance the sustainability conversation at the 2021 Environmental Media Awards, and Disney shows won several of the top honors.

The awards ceremony, hosted by actor Jeff Goldblum, recognized shows that address climate change, sustainability and other environmental topics through storylines, while also recognizing studios and productions for their efforts. to be durable in front of and behind the camera.

Disney channel Sydney to the max won the Environmental Media Award in the Children’s Television category for “Going the Green Mile”. In this episode, after a school trip to the aquarium, Sydney keeps thinking about plastic pollution in the ocean and decides to organize a demonstration at her school to ban single-use plastics used in the cafeteria.

The other Disney winner this year was the Hulu Original documentary I am Greta, which follows the young Swedish climate activist on her international crusade to get the world to take the urgent action needed to address the global climate crisis. Beginning with her individual school strike for climate action outside the Swedish Parliament, the film chronicles Greta Thunberg’s rise to power and her galvanizing global impact as she triggers school strikes and climate activism around the world.

Several other Disney titles were named finalists for this year’s EMA Awards, including The simpsons (the record for the show 15e nomination), Kal Penn approves this message, and LEGO Marvel Avengers: Climate Riddle.


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