DiCaprio, Gore spotted at Climate March
A famous face popped up at the climate march in DC. Leonardo DiCaprio joins in on the protest. See item NA-34SA. pic.twitter.com/e8d65VmwwH
— CNN Newsource (@CNNNewsource) April 29, 2017
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio and former Vice President Al Gore were spotted among the thousands of demonstrators who participated in Saturday’s Climate March in Washington, D.C.
In photographs posted on social media, DiCaprio could be seen holding a sign that read “Climate Change is Real,” while Gore also took part in the march.
hi hello I’m currently at the People’s Climate March in D.C. and Leonardo DiCaprio is 5ft from me pic.twitter.com/S7NMhEsWDp
— Izzy (@lzzer) April 29, 2017
— Joey C (@WickedWitch89) April 29, 2017
Both Gore and DiCaprio are outspoken advocates for climate change awareness, and Gore is reportedly working on a sequel to his 2006 documentary about global warming.
Thousands of people took part in Saturday’s march, which took place on President Trump’s 100th day in office.
Demonstrators took to the streets in protest of the Trump administration’s policies on climate change, which environmental activists have slammed as ignoring the consensus in the scientific community about climate change.
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