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Leo launches initiative with WWF to stop wildlife crime

Leonardo DiCaprio helped launch WWF’s “Hands Off My Parts” initiative. The initiative represents a week-long effort tied to WWF’s Stop Wildlife Crime campaign to raise awareness and mobilize support to end the illegal trade of wildlife.

Leo kicks off IFAW’s animal auction week for elephants

A poaching frenzy is devastating Africa's elephant population. Educate kids about this special animal and join the campaign to end the trade of Ivory.

Leo joins the jury of the ‘Date With History’ contest

A diverse group of organisations and individuals have joined forces behind the ‘Date With History’ online youth video speech contest, designed to encourage young people from all walks of life and all over the world speak ‘truth to power’ and

Leo joins the Zayed Future Energy Prize jury

Leonardo joined the jury of the Zayed Future Energy Prize, an annual $4 Million prize awarded to inspiring future energy innovators.

DiCaprio urges CA senate to save sharks

In Partnership with WildAid, NRDC, the Humane Society and Noted Friends, DiCaprio urges CA State Senators to show support for Assembly Bill 376 which will acknowledge the importance of the continued existence of the shark species to maintain a health

DiCaprio commits million to tigers

As world leaders gather for a historic summit to save tigers from extinction, Leonardo DiCaprio committed $1 million to World Wildlife Fund for urgent tiger conservation efforts through his Fund at the California Community Foundation.




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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.