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EMA Honors Our 2018-2019 Productions

Making Stories Sustainably Awards & Reports  / Posted on May 31, 2019

Our natural environment is the greatest backdrop in the business. That’s why, here at Warner Bros., we dedicate ourselves to sustainable storytelling from script to screen. Our green production program integrates sustainable measures into day-to-day operations of feature film and television productions. We work to preserve the future of storytelling for generations to come.

This year, our initiatives were recognized by the Environmental Media Association (EMA), a nonprofit dedicated to promoting environmental progress in the entertainment industry. The EMA acknowledged these efforts through an EMA Award nomination and 42 EMA Green Seals. The EMA Awards salute content that increases public awareness of environmental issues, while the EMA Green Seal concentrates on sustainable production practices.

The following Warner Bros. productions demonstrated our Studio’s commitment to protecting the environment. For the EMA Awards, Warner Bros. Pictures’ Aquaman was nominated in the Feature Film category. For the EMA Green Seals, 42 feature films and television productions were honored:

FEATURE FILMS

GOLD SEAL

Shazam!, Super Intelligence, The Joker, Wonder Woman 1984

GREEN SEAL

Annabelle, Doctor Sleep, It 2, Just Mercy, The Kitchen 

 

TELEVISION

GOLD SEAL

Arrow, Black Lightning, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Claws, Doom Patrol, iZombie, Krypton, Riverdale, Supergirl, The Perfectionists, Young Sheldon

GREEN SEAL

All American, Blindspot, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings, God Friended Me, Gotham, Legacies. Lethal Weapon, Lucifer, Manifest, Mom, Roswell, New Mexico, Shameless, Shrill, Splitting Up Together, Supernatural, The Flash, The Red Line, The 100, Trial & Error, Veronica Mars, Whiskey Cavalier

 

From incorporating sustainable messages into stories, to saving energy through efficient LED set lighting, to decreasing waste by using reusable water bottles on set, our favorite feature film and television productions are championing a sustainable future in storytelling.

To learn more about how we weave sustainability into all levels of production, visit our Making Stories Sustainably page.