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The academy award-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio had a lot of praise for the teenager, the climate change activist Greta Thunberg, after the two met in California this week.
DiCaprio, who is himself a prominent environmental activist, he meets a 16-year-old, Thunberg, and shared photos of their encounter. In the post, he referred to her as a ” leader of our time.”
“There have been a few times in human history, where the voices are amplified at such a pivotal moment and such a transformation means, but Greta Thunberg has grown to become a leader of our time,” he wrote in an Instagram post.
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“History will judge us for what we are doing today in order to help ensure that future generations are able to enjoy the same planet that supports life that we take for granted,” he wrote, adding: “I hope that the Hidden message is a wake-up call to leaders everywhere that the time for inaction has passed.”
DiCaprio said it was an “honour” to meet with, Thunberg, and that he is “very optimistic about what the future has in store for you” with a thank-you to the young activists of the hair.
“She and I have made a commitment to each other and to support, in the hope of a better future for our planet,” he added.
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The Oscar-winner has been a vocal climate change activist, but he has taken a lot of heat in the past for his preference for gas-guzzling private jet to travel to.
Meanwhile, Thunberg, first made headlines when its Friday and the Future for the global campaign, started in the last couple of months. At a U. N. climate conference to be held in September, and they have repeatedly castigated the world leaders, with the question of, “How dare you?”
She was the favorite to win the Nobel Peace prize, which eventually went to Ethiopia’s prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed.