From the Hollywood Reporter, August 21, 2020
The 2020 Environmental Media Association awards were presented in a virtual ceremony on Friday night.
Todd Haynes’ Mark Ruffalo-starring legal thriller Dark Waters, ABC’s Mixed-ish and Shark Tank, and HBO’s Chernobyl and Last Week Tonight With John Oliver were among the high-profile winners.
The ceremony, which went virtual this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, was live-streamed on the EMA’s YouTube and Facebook pages.
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