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Environmentalist Activists Celebrities Trend

July 4, 2016

Celebrities are taking action and creating environmental awareness on different issues affecting the planet today and around the world. It is an excellent mixture of money and power and cleaning up after the mess. A well recently documented film about fracking fight going global called " Dear President Obama" celebrities such as Mark Ruffalo take a stand to the streets of New York see and read more here. Another celebrity   seen in the film  walking through the streets of New York  is Leonardo DiCaprio. While it is not 100% sure that it is him under the hat, his conviction for being an environmental activist sustains. In 2014, Leonardo DiCaprio has begun his Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation now moving on to its 2nd annual gala. While there are reports of Leonardo DiCaprio being a hollywood hypocrite or puppet nonetheless the fight for Earth Changes is here.


The celebrities expected to attend will likely burn up tons of fossil fuel in order to make it.

 Breitbart - JULY 4, 2016-   Oscar-winning actor and environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio has invited a group of his Hollywood friends out to France for a glitzy climate change gala at the posh St. Tropez resort — but the celebrities expected to attend will likely burn up tons of fossil fuel in order to make it. The 41-year-old Revenant star will host the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation Annual Gala to Fund Climate and Biodiversity Projects at the Bertaud Belieu Vineyards in St. Tropez on July 20, according to the Daily Mail. Celebrities expected to attend reportedly include Cate Blanchett, Robert De Niro, Penelope Cruz, Kevin Spacey, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Charlize Theron, Kate Hudson and Scarlett Johansson, along with a full roster of other international pop stars and business mavens. But those celebrities will need to find a way to get to the gala, of course, and, if they fly by private jet, they’re likely to burn up tons of carbon dioxide, an irony not lost on some environmental activists who have criticized DiCaprio for hosting the event so far from where a large number of the expected attendees live. continue reading

The Dailymail UK reports that while some expects are confused with the gala's outcome  "scheduled flight they will produce seven tons of carbon dioxide per person, while if they travel by private jet it would be nearer 86 tons" one thing is for sure Leonardo DiCaprio doing something about the environment is better than doing nothing. 

Other Readings:

Leonardo DiCaprio Is Just Another Climate Change Hypocrite by The Alex Jones Channel

Leonardo DiCaprio in 2008 narrates a short presentation on the realities of global warming for the 10th Anniversary of Global Green USA.

Published on Aug 21, 2014 a short film narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio called CARBON. CARBON explains stories of communities fighting climate change. The film can be seen at, where anyone take action with resources to contact elected officials and spread the word. "This film is meant to be an asset for the climate movement and to generate momentum for the global reduction of carbon emissions," said Leila Conners, director of the film, which was produced by George DiCaprio, Mathew Schmid, Roee Sharon and Earl Katz, and presented by Thom Hartmann. Conners added, "We must move toward renewable energy and to create a real solution, hopefully well before the COP 21 in Paris in 2015.” The next three films in the Green World Rising series will be released in succession leading up to the UN Climate Summit in New York this September.