Sienna Miller and the animated movie Happy Feet have been rewarded at this year's Environmental Media Association (EMA) awards.
The Stardust actress was rewarded with the EMA Futures Award for her campaign to raise public awareness about global warming, while Happy Feet received the best feature film award for an ecologically uplifting message.
Episodes of TV shows My Name Is Earl, Numb3rs, Living with Ed and Bindi the Jungle Girl were rewarded for ecofriendly episodes, and Sting's wife, actress Trudie Styler, was honoured with the EMA lifetime achievement award for her consistent commitment to environmental causes.
And Al Gore, winner of the Nobel peace prize earlier this month, was awarded an outstanding achievement awards at the 17th annual eco-friendly ceremony in Los Angeles, sharing his prize with Live Earth producer Kevin Wall.
All profits from the Live Earth events - with 24 hours of concerts across seven continents on July 7th 2007 - went to Gore's Alliance for Climate Protection and similar ecological organisations.
US rock band Incubus were honoured with the Pepsi Missions in Music award, while Toyota Motor Sales USA was presented with the inaugural corporate responsibility award.