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Erin Received 2014 Captain Planet Super Hero Award
Erin Brockovich, who has become an advocate for the 300,000 West Virginians threatened by Elk River chemical spill, has received the Captain Planet Foundation Protector of the Earth Award during a Gala event in Atlanta last weekend. .
Each year the Captain Planet Foundation honor outstanding real life, environmental super heroes. The Awards, since 2009 have acknowledged the work of numerous leading environmentalists, including Sir Richard Branson, President Jimmy Carter and Dr. Sylvia Earle.
This year, those receiving honors in addition to Brockovich were Dr David Suzuki, Dr Tara Cullis, Tom Szaky and Charles Orgbon III.http://www.brockovich.com/news/erin-received-captain-planet-foundation-a...