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Leonardo DiCaprio has teamed up with other philanthropists in exchange for $5 million because of the environment in which the foundation for the support of the Amazon as a vast forest fires continue to burn in the area.
The 44-year-old actor announced on Sunday, that is, the Earth Alliance, an organization he formed last month, with Laurene Powell Jobs, as well as Brian Sheth has been in a case of emergency Amazon rain Forest Fund.
In addition to the $5 million pledge, the alliance was also looking for donations for the recovery of the Brazilian amazon rain forest, which activists have called the “lungs of the planet.”
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DiCaprio said the fund is “to focus critical resources for indigenous peoples and local communities are working to protect the Amazon against the increase in forest fires.
The funds were to be distributed to five local groups that are working to combat the problem: The Associacao Floresta Protegida, and the co-ordination of the Indigenous Organisations of the Brazilian Amazon, the Instituto Kabu, The chief Raoni and the Instituto Socioambiental.
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Almost 40,000 for a fire has been burning in the brazilian Amazon, in the latest outbreak of an overactive fire season that charred 1,330 square miles of rain forest this year. The brazilian federal experts reported that a record number of forest fires in the country this year, an increase of 84% compared to the same period in 2018.
Environmentalists have suggested, much of the Amazon river, forest fires in the first instance, it was set up by the loggers and cattle ranchers, with the help of a “slash and burn” method to clear land.
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The “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood as an actor has been an outspoken advocate for the environment, and the use of social media in order to warn you of the consequences of climate change.
However, in recent weeks, while parts of various pictures and messages on Instagram aimed to raise the awareness of the brand, which is one of the many, many photos, he was not in the 2019 to burn. Instead, it was an image, which can be found on the Carbon Brief the organization of the site is dated from the end of 2018.
Fox News’ David Aaro, and Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.