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Mexico must act now to save the Vaquita porpoise

Proximity to the fishing villages has diminished the vaquita population from 60 individuals two years ago to an estimated 30 individuals as of today.

Nature illuminated as never seen before

If Nature could draw its own map, what would it look like? One answer would be a map of the land area painted in 846 colors—representing a world not divided by political boundaries, but by ecoregions.

Saudi Arabia to invest $50 billion in solar and wind

Saudi Arabia is the world’s biggest crude oil exporter, but they jumping into the renewable energy scene in a huge way.

Scientists fear for the Great Barrier Reef’s future after it is hit with back to back bleaching years

New scientific survey shows two-thirds of coral have died due to global warming.

Rights of Nature movement spreads as India and New Zealand give legal personhood to glaciers and rivers

New Zealand and India recognize nature as ‘legal persons’ in conservation bid, extending the Rights of Nature movement.

Business leaders call for global action to reverse the fragmentation of nature

The World Business Council for Sustainable Development just released the first ever, corporate “Call to Action” to conserve connected landscapes and ecosystems.

How snack foods are destroying the Leuser Ecosystem

How your daily snacking habit might be contributing to the destruction of one of the most vital places on earth and home to the world’s most iconic wildlife.

China creates giant panda heaven

The Chinese government just approved one of the world’s largest protected areas, creating a giant panda reserve three times as big as Yellowstone National Park, and spanning three Chinese provinces. The reserve will connect appr

Will Los Angeles vote to divest from DAPL?

The City of Los Angeles has a debate on its hands. And no, it’s not whether the Lakers will reach 25 wins or not. Last week, two city councilmembers introduced a motion for the city to divest from Wells Fargo due to their funding of the Dakota Acce

Tamminen: Trump can create 15 x the number of jobs by investing in clean energy

Following his meeting with President-elect Trump, Terry Tamminen talks about how the administration might succeed in delivering on the campaign promise to boost the economy and U.S. jobs through renewable energy.

New documentary “Before The Flood” to air globally on NatGeo on October 30th

Before the Flood presents a riveting account of the dramatic changes now occurring around the world due to climate change, as well as the actions we as individuals and as a society can take to prevent catastrophic disruption of life on our planet.

Leonardo addresses key issues at Our Ocean Conference

Leonardo DiCaprio spoke about the issues facing oceans at the 2016 Our Ocean Conference in Washington, D.C. hosted by Secretary of State John Kerry.

A Historic Day for the Protection of Sharks and Rays

The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation joined together with other leading philanthropies to found the Global Partnership for Sharks and Rays, which seeks to protect the world’s most threatened marine species.

LDF makes historic grant announcement and welcomes Terry Tamminen as global CEO

LDF awards $15.6 Million to fund important conservation and environmental programs around the globe and warmly welcomes veteran environmental leader Terry Tamminen to head the foundation as CEO.

LDF and R20 Partner to Accelerate Climate Change Solutions

A new $650,000 grant from LDF allows R20 to identify and fund the best energy and infrastructure initiatives with the potential to create positive environmental and social benefits to communities, accelerating climate solutions.

A Landmark Day for the Earth

Leonardo addresses the United Nations on Earth Day 2016, marking a historic milestone as over 170 nations sign the 'Paris Agreement' -- a sweeping climate pact negotiated last year aimed at slowing global warming.

Increase in wild tigers marks a significant milestone

The number of wild tigers has been revised upwards to 3,890, an important milestone on the way to doubling tiger populations by 2022.

LDF Supports First Ever Debt-for-Nature Swap in Seychelles

The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation is leading private-sector investments to support the Nature Conservancy in the world's first debt swap aimed at ocean conservation and climate resiliency.

Leonardo Addresses the World Economic Forum in Davos

In January, Leonardo DiCaprio attended the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland to receive the prestigious Crystal Award. The award is given to artists and cultural leaders who are helping to address the world's humanitarian and environmental c

Leonardo calls for climate action at Mayors summit in Paris

Leonardo addresses Mayors and local leaders gathered in Paris on the importance of switching to renewable energy to tackle the climate crisis.




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Proximity to the fishing villages has diminished the vaquita population from 60 individuals two years ago to an estimated 30 individuals as of today.

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If Nature could draw its own map, what would it look like? One answer would be a map of the land area painted in 846 colors—representing a world not divided by political boundaries, but by ecoregions.

Saudi Arabia to invest $50 billion in solar and wind

Saudi Arabia is the world’s biggest crude oil exporter, but they jumping into the renewable energy scene in a huge way.

Scientists fear for the Great Barrier Reef’s future after it is hit with back to back bleaching years

New scientific survey shows two-thirds of coral have died due to global warming.

Rights of Nature movement spreads as India and New Zealand give legal personhood to glaciers and rivers

New Zealand and India recognize nature as ‘legal persons’ in conservation bid, extending the Rights of Nature movement.