I’ve added HD caps of last night’s Rizzoli and Isles episode Just Push Play.
izzoli & Isles > Season 4 > Screencaps > 4×14 – Just Push Play
I’ve added HD caps of last night’s Rizzoli and Isles episode Tears Of A Clown.
izzoli & Isles > Season 4 > Screencaps > 4×13 – Tears Of A Clown
“I’m excited to be part of Recycle Across America’s PSA campaign, because it isn’t just about awareness it’s about a simple yet powerful solution. Standardized labels can increase recycling levels and significantly reduce the amount of trash currently being thrown in recycling bins.”
Recycle Across America® Launches National Celebrity PSA Campaign Introducing Standardized Labels for Recycling Bins and Importance of Recycling Right Television, film, music, sports and fashion industry notables participate in national multimedia “let’s recycle right”™ PSA Campaign
Today (February 18, 2014) Recycle Across America (RAA) launched a national celebrity-driven PSA to introduce society-wide standardized labels for recycling bins — a simple solution that can increase recycling levels by more than 50% and significantly reduce the amount of trash currently being thrown in recycling bins. The “let’s recycle right” campaign focuses on the impact of the standardized labels and the importance of recycling right.
The first three celebrity ads releasing this month include: Kristen Bell, Angie Harmon, and Gabby Reece, which are appearing on billboards and in consumer and business media across the country. Every month three new celebrities will be featured in the ongoing campaign; celebrities include award winning actors, tv personalities, top models, professional athletes, platinum musicians, comedians and political figures.
“We are incredibly honored to have celebrity support on this important initiative. The power of their influence through these ads and through their vast social media following is undeniable,” said Mitch Hedlund, founder and executive director of RAA. “We’re equally grateful to Roger Moenks – founder of i am eco warrior Media, Candida Brady – international award winning filmmaker of the documentary Trashed, and celebrity photographer Timothy White, for their contributions in creating the campaign, and to the national media leaders who are communicating it.”
“Recycling benefits every facet of society from conserving the environment to improving the economy— but only when it’s done right” says Bell. “I’m proud to join forces with Recycle Across America to promote the standardized labels and help educate others about the impact of proper recycling. Recycling is far too important to be confusing. It’s time to get it right.” The ads have launched throughout the U.S. on billboards donated by Lamar Advertising and in various national publications, including magazines published by Niche Media.
RAA’s standardized labeling system for recycling bins is already being adopted by Fortune 500 companies and is showing to significantly improve recycling levels and the quality of materials captured.
Although recycling is the #1 action society can do to help the environment and the economy, U.S. recycling levels are approximately 35% and have barely improved in over 15 years, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This isn’t for lack of interest from the public, but rather it stems from millions of inconsistent labels on recycling bins and general confusion about recycling. The public’s confusion at the bin results in mistakes, apathy, skepticism and ultimately tons of trash being thrown in recycling bins every day. The enormous amounts of trash in the recycling stream, also known as contamination, often cripples the economics and viability of recycling and makes the quality of the materials undesirable or too costly for manufacturers to choose. Therefore, many companies continue to use finite natural resources in the manufacturing of their products and packaging.
“Recycle Across America’s society-wide standardized recycling labels have already had a profound impact and as they continue to be adopted by businesses, schools and organizations throughout the U.S., there will be significant improvements to air, land, water usage, conservation of limited natural resources, job growth and the overall economy,” Hedlund said.
According to the Tellus Institute and EPA, if recycling levels reach 75% in the U.S. it will generate 1.5 million new jobs (net) and it will be the CO2 equivalent of removing 50 million cars from U.S. roads each year.
Hedlund continues, “The standardized labels not only help people recycle more but they also help people recycle right, subsequently improving the quality of the recyclables being captured and dramatically reducing costs associated with removing contamination. So as this initiative grows, more manufacturers will be able to commit to using recycled materials in their products and packaging versus depleting precious finite resources,” Hedlund said. “Sometimes the simplest solutions can have the greatest impact.”
In 2011, RAA introduced the society-wide standardized labels for recycling bins and to date the solution has been adopted by some of the world’s most notable corporations and institutions. Today approximately half a million of RAA’s standardized labels are now in use throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe. For more information, please visit www.letsrecycleright.org.
Angie attended on February 7 the SCAD Presents aTVfest – Day 2. In which Angie was receiving the spotlight award! Congrats Angie. I’ve added images of Angie at this event into the gallery. Please credit us kindly if you are posting these anywhere else. Thank you.
Public|Events Appearances > 2014 > SCAD Presents aTVfest – Day 2
I’ve added episode stills for final four episodes of Rizzoli & Isles season 4 into the gallery. Also, I’ve added the episode descriptions to the final four episodes of season 4 under a read more. Please credit us kindly if you are posting these anywhere else. Thank you.
Rizzoli & Isles > Season 4 > Episode Stills > 4×13 – Tears of a Clown
Rizzoli & Isles > Season 4 > Episode Stills > 4×14 – Just Push Play
Rizzoli & Isles > Season 4 > Episode Stills > 4×15 – Food For Thought
Rizzoli & Isles > Season 4 > Episode Stills > 4×16 – You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone
Rizzoli & Isles > Season 4 > Behind The Scenes > BTS – 4×13 – Tears Of A Clown
Rizzoli & Isles > Season 4 > Behind The Scenes > BTS – 4×14 – Just Push Play
Throughout January, Human Trafficking Awareness Month, FieldNotes and the End Trafficking project are running a series of posts on child trafficking.
UNICEF Ambassador Angie Harmon is a passionate spokesperson for UNICEF USA’s End Trafficking Project. She traveled last week to Nicaragua where UNICEF is fighting to protect children from sexual exploitation and keep them out of the hands of traffickers.
UNICEF USA interviewed Ms. Harmon about her visit and UNICEF’s work to prevent child trafficking in Nicaragua.
Was this your first visit to Nicaragua? What were your impressions of the country?
Angie Harmon: Yes, and my impressions are — wow, a beautiful place with incredible people. We traveled all over, Managua, the capital; Bluefields on the Caribbean coast, San Lucas in the north, near the border with Honduras. I encountered the most giving, compassionate people. I was struck by the sheer numbers of young people; nearly half the population is under 23.
Why are children and teens in Nicaragua at high risk for trafficking?
Harmon: Poverty, of course, is always a key. In Mangagua, I saw kids made to work in the street for money. I saw women in Bluefields scouring through landfills, sifting through garbage trying to find food and things to sell.
Half of all children in rural areas are poor, often very poor. And you’ve also got a lack of education and lack of access to information. The country has two borders — children can be transited easily — and a lot of tourists, some of whom sexually exploit children.
These factors combine to make many children and teens vulnerable to the promise of traffickers. Girls are recruited in rural areas to work in urban areas. Then they’re forced into prostitution.
Tell me about the children you met.
Harmon: I met adolescents who lived through some of the most horrific circumstances imaginable, including two 11-year-old girls who had been sexually exploited. But I didn’t see victims, I saw survivors. I was awed by their strength and desire to help not only themselves, but also their peers.
What is UNICEF doing to protect Nicaraguan children?
Harmon: A lot. UNICEF is training teachers and adolescents and church leaders to raise awareness and create protective environments for kids.
UNICEF is also helping Nicaragua get better statistics on the problem and develop a real time monitoring system to respond to commercial and sexual exploitation.
And really, everything UNICEF does to improve children’s lives makes children and families less susceptible to traffickers.
How did the trip leave you feeling?
Harmon: Inspired. Empowered. Energized. It was amazing to watch these Nicaraguan teens taking the lead, mentoring their peers, showing true leadership. We’re making real progress, in Nicaragua and elsewhere, but we’ve got to keep fighting.
Angie visited the SiriusXM Studios today, January 29, 2014. I’ve added images of Angie at the SiriusXM Studios to the gallery
Public|Events Appearances > 2014 > Celebrities Visit SiriusXM Studios
Below I’ve embed a few of Angie interviews she did today!
I’ve added additional HQ stills of Angie Harmon from on Hollywood Game Night into the gallery. I’ve also added screencaps.
Television Projects > Guest Appearances > Hollywood Game Night – 2×03 – How I Met Your Buzzer (Stills)
Television Projects > Guest Appearances > Hollywood Game Night – 2×03 – How I Met Your Buzzer (Caps)