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Greening the Academy Awards. Paige talks to you from the Oscar red carpet about the efforts the Academy Awards are undertaking to "green" the Awards Show.

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 L to R:  Nikoletta Skarlatos (makeup artist, “The Soloist,” “Pirates of the Caribbean”), Robert Hallowell (hairstylist and founder of the hair care line Prawduct), Cristina Marcaccini (marketer, Raw Natural Beauty), Rachelle Carson-Begley, co-star of Living with EdLisa Archer (national coordinator of Campaign for Safe Cosmetics), Paige Donner, Founder and Owner of Greening Hollywood, Inc. and Eco Consulting/Eco Media a Donner Consulting and Communications  company.       


From L.A. 411

by Marjorie Galas

Greening Hollywood, under the direction of Paige Donner, wants to make an eco impact on the production community.  In order to do this, she’s getting the message out, guild by guild.

Greening Hollywood: Guild by Guild kicked off its inaugural event on Sunday June 14th.  The first in a series of panels that focuses on a specific specialty on the film set, the first panel focused on “natural beauty and cosmetics in the Film and TV Industry.”  An invitation to attend this event was extended to all of the make-up artists and hair stylists guild members (I..A.T.S.E. Local 706.)

The session was moderated by Rachelle Carson-Begley, co-star of “Living with Ed.”   Participants on the panel included Lisa Archer (national coordinator of Campaign for Safe Cosmetics), Robert Hallowell (hairstylist and founder of the hair care line Prawduct), Cristina Marcaccini (marketer, Raw Natural Beauty), Nikoletta Skarlatos (makeup artist, “The Soloist,” “Pirates of the Caribbean”), and Rebecca Sutton (Sr. Scientist, Environmental Working Group) From L.A. 411
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From Green Options Network 

Let’s start by mentioning a few of the wonderful things that the Los Angeles Business Council and its fabulous President, Mary Leslie, are doing: They are corralling the city’s public and private heads of agencies and businesses into a forum where they can engage in conversation. This corral has taken place at the Getty Museum for the past 3 years under the moniker of the Los Angeles Business Council’s Sustainability Summit.

On August 10th, Leslie is hosting a similar event specifically for our film industry. The LABC is shepherding our City’s prominent, if not still #1, industry – the film studios – and getting them all together to talk about the business of sustainability: Sustainability and the Entertainment Community...

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Paige was asked by Hollywood Goes Green Conference Producers, Zahava and Michael Stroud, to moderate the panel on EcoTainment. The panelists were from Disney, Discovery, Home and Garden Network, as well as noted film and TV independent producers in the environmental media world.

L-R EcoTainment Speakers: Steven Starr (FLOW), Paul Baribault (Disney Nature), Paige Donner (Greening Hollywood), Joe Brutsman (Living With Ed), Tim Kuryak (Oprah Winfrey Network), Cynthia Kiktavi (HGTV) Photo Courtesy Leslie Goldman

At this year's 2nd annual Hollywood Goes Green Summit, executives from all the major studios, Disney, Universal, Fox, CBS and more were in attendance to discuss their businesses' trends toward sustainability. 

Hewlett-Packard and GM were the title sponsors, again, this year, for the two-day conference held at Universal City put on by Zahava and Michael Stroud. "HGG was truly a top tier 'Green' event! The moment I arrived I was greeted with enthusiasm. The venue was lovely," said Cynthia Kiktav...
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