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Leonardo DiCaprio laments inaction in addressing climate change

Mid-Day Tuesday, 1 October 2019
Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio, who has been actively campaigning against climate change, recently slammed world leaders for not fulfilling their promises. At the Global Citizen Festival, DiCaprio condemned politicians who "have failed to live up to the promises" of the Paris Agreement, along with those who have responded to...
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