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VIDEO: Travel with Philippe Cousteau to tackle wildlife trafficking in Nepal

Recently Philippe and Ashland Cousteau traveled to Nepal to witness firsthand the ongoing WWF and LDF project focused on protecting wild tigers in Nepal. In partnership with TakePart.com, the Cousteau's were able to film their adventure and interact with some of these ama

Contribute to the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation

Donate Today to the LDF donor-advised fund at the California Community Foundation, rated 4 stars on Charity Navigator, and help protect our planet and all the species that call it home.

Join the 100% renewable energy campaign

100% is a U.S. public awareness, consumer choice and social good campaign that invites you and everyone to help make new clean energy more accessible and affordable for all.

Donate to the Elephant Crisis Fund

Elephants are integral to our world. They live in inter-generational families and are capable of deep emotional bonds, just like us. But today they are in crisis, slaughtered in the tens of thousands for their ivory tusks. Together we can stop the elephant crisis.

Learn more about climate change

Knowledge is power, and by watching this series of short videos called "Green World Rising" you can get informed about one of the most complex issues facing our generation -- climate change.




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