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Leonardo DiCaprio (@leonardodicaprio) Instagram photos and videos
List of Instagram medias taken by Leonardo DiCaprio (@leonardodicaprio)
#Regram #RG @unitednations: When the eggs of olive ridley turtles hatch in Sindhudurg, #India, it is one of the local fishermen who carefully collects them from under the sand and releases them into the sea. There are 63 million people living on the country's coastline, and most of them work in fishing, tourism, and other areas directly related to nature. If biodiversity is not protected, the ecosystem becomes unbalanced. India is the second-largest producer of fish in the world. Growing demand on🐠 supplies, coupled with destructive fishing practices, was threatening the area, which is one of 11 ecologically critical habitats in the country. With support from #UNDP, the #UnitedNationsDevelopment Programme, fishing communities are taking the lead to protect life under water, creating sustainable livelihoods and preserving the biodiversity around them.In just two years, the number of olive ridley 🐢 nesting areas protected by villagers increased five-fold. Regram: @undp |📷: UNDP India / Prashanth Vishwanathan#GlobalGoals #SaveOurOcean
#Regram #RG @EverydayClimateChange: Photo by @bernardodeniz For @EverydayClimateChange: A Chinese woman sells seeds in the street market in China’s Heilongjiang province, near the border with Russia at -40 Celsius (-40 F). Extreme temperatures are more common nowadays with a side effect of climate change. Worldwide record setting cold temperatures during the first weeks of 2018. Some scientists believe that Arctic warming may be a factor in this type of weather. #winter #everydayclimatechange #china #winter
#Regram #RG @conservationorg: 9,500 saplings (of 14 types of trees) have been planted along the Liyutang Water Reservoir in China as part of a fresh water ecosystem restoration initiative. Other key aspects of the project include: a baseline biodiversity survey, fishpond reform, waste treatment system improvements, and environmental education with local community groups . . . Fresh water is the lifeblood of our planet. No one can survive without it. Click the link in bio to learn how @conservationorg is helping transform the way the world manages water. From urban centers like Bogotá to arid landscapes like northern Kenya, we’re promoting clean water for all.
Proud to support @LACMA as it transitions to new, energy efficient lighting for Chris Burden’s #UrbanLight installation. It is my hope that leaders from other cultural, civic and private institutions will follow the example set by LACMA to examine the financial and environmental benefits of switching to LED lightbulbs in public places as a way to help combat climate change. #UrbanLightTurns10 Photo Credit: John Sciulli (c) Museum Associates/LACMA