The Environmental Media Association is honoring several stars at its annual awards in Los Angeles on Saturday night
On Saturday night at the Sunset Las Palmas Studios in Los Angeles, stars stepped out at the annual Environmental Media Association Awards, celebrating people in entertainment and activism who are using their voices to help the planet.
Co-hosted by Lance Bass and Cheri Oteri, this year's awards honored actress Laura Dern; she was presented with the EMA Ongoing Commitment Award for her continued dedication to the cause. Additionally, Sheryl Crow performed and stars like Ian Somerhalder and Nikki Reed presented, with Jane Fonda and Michelle Pfeiffer among the big names on hand to celebrate.
Here, see all the stars arriving at the 33rd Environmental Media Association Awards in L.A.
Michelle Pfeiffer and David E. Kelley
Longtime loves Michelle Pfeiffer and David E. Kelley walked the carpet hand in hand.
Jane Fonda's look gave a nod to nature.
Honoree Laura Dern spoke to PEOPLE about how her mother, Diane Ladd, and her friends including Ted Danson have helped lead her toward environmental causes. As for what we can do now? "The soil and the ocean have the answers, and if we will just get the hell out of the way, they can save us," she shared.
At the event, Sheryl Crow took the stage to perform several of her hits, sharing anecdotes on her love for Dern along the way.
Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder
Of the importance of the awards, Nikki Reed told PEOPLE, "I feel like there are very few opportunities where we can bring together this intersection of entertainment and environmentalism and really highlight the work that people are doing, the work that they're actually doing."
Host Lance Bass spoke to PEOPLE about how his children make him care about the future of our planet even more.
"I know that we have to take care of this planet or there won't be a place for my kids to live," he said. "Now that I have 2-year-olds, it really means even more to me to know that my kids and my grandkids will have a great place to live and not fear their lives, because of pollution or the planet warming."
Co-host Cheri Oteri stood out in her bright white ensemble.
Meanwhile, Madelaine Petsch opted for a dramatic off-the-shoulder look.
Shannon Elizabeth paired her prints with tights and sparkly shoes.
Rachelle Carson and Ed Begley Jr.
Environmental activist Rachelle Carson and Ed Begley Jr. stayed close on the carpet.
Mean Girls star Auliʻi Cravalho rocked a studded dress and strappy sandals.
Frankie Jonas and Anna Olson
Walking the carpet together, Frankie Jonas and Anna Olson showed off their personal senses of style.
Like Jane Fonda, actress Natalie Morales brought flower power to the carpet.
"My wife and I sit on the board with the Environmental Media Association and so we're always here to support," Drew Scott told PEOPLE of his involvement with wife Linda Phan. "And I love how so many amazing people, a lot of big celebrities, come together here to use their voices for good. And I think for me, the thing is what we're trying to push is not an agenda as much as it is just something positive for families in the future. Safer, happier, healthier, home and planet."
Malin Akerman's green pumps kept with the night's theme.
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