DiCaprio is optimistic on debate of climate change248 views
American actor and film producer, Leonardo DiCaprio, is hopeful on the discussion over climate change that has started to decrease the issue and leaders from all over the world are at last have begun to take it more gravely.
On Wednesday, he was present at the red carpet of his 2015 film, The Revenant, where he stated to The Associated Press that “The scientific community has been screaming out loud. Ninety-nine percent of the scientific community is in agreement that man is contributing to (climate change),”
DiCaprio remained a vigorous player for the issue and further added that “The argument is over. Anyone that doesn’t believe that climate change is happening doesn’t believe in science,”
The actor of The Revenant has earlier addressed at the United Nations on climate control, donated millions of dollars to ecological reasons, and recounted the 2014 short film, “Carbon,” which is made to shows the ideas for climate change solutions. The Revenant is a 2015 biographical western movie which is set in 1823 Montana and South Dakota.
Mexican film director, producer, screenwriter, and former composer, Alejandro G. Inarritu was there with Irish actor, director, and writer, Domhnall Gleeson, Arthur Redcloud, Forrest Goodluck and Leonardo DiCaprio at the premiere for “The Revenant” at AMC Loews Lincoln Square.
DiCaprio attended the UN Climate Conference in Paris previous month and he anticipates that the world leaders are in conclusion willing to address the issue much sincerely.
He said that “No one has the answer what the future is going to look like, and no one can foresee the dramatic effect that climate instability will have on our planet and the biodiversity in it, but I’m just very proud for the first time we’ve taken a step in the right direction,”