Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow stunned in a revealing dress at the 25th Environmental Media Award (EMA) in Los Angeles on Saturday.The actress was spotted wearing a fitted spearmint dress, which she accesorised with a pair of towering gold sandals.

Paltrow, who founded the lifestyle website called “Goop,” was the recipient of the 2015 Green Parent Award for her continuous contribution to raise environmental awareness through her sustainable lifestyle choices. On her website, the actress often shares recipes and nutritional tips. The award also acknowledged the work she did to make corporations label Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) on their products. Companies are currently not required to do any special labelling for GMOs.

The 43-year-old actress attended the event together with her mother and another honouree of the event Blythe Danner, Variety reports. Danner received the EMA Wildlife Conservation Award for her efforts in the conservation of elephants in Kenya.

“I really realise what [Danner] meant by having responsibility to the next generation and we’re at a critical point. All of us should know that,” Paltrow said in her acceptance speech. She noted that “the decisions that are being made imminently are literally going to determine our fate, and it’s up us to do what we can to do.”

Paltrow is a mother to two kids -- Apple Martin, 11 and Moses Martin, 7 with former husband and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin. She is famous for her role of Pepper Potts in the “Iron Man” films.

EMA is an annual event since 1991 that honours film and television products that help raise public awareness of environmental issues. It aims to inspire personal action on several environmental issues, according to the EMA website.

This year’s EMA awards was hosted by former NSYNC member Lance Bass. He has been committed to animal adoption and eco-living. Stars who also attended the event were Jessica Biel, Karrueche Tran, Ed Begley and Darby Stanchfield.

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