This is absolutely wonderful.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 4, 2016
Well this isn't so smart!
Leonardo DiCaprio picked himself up some hardware this week — an award at a ritzy gala in New York City championing him for his environmental awareness — and celebrated it by taking TWO different private jets in the process! Oops!
The Titanic superstar was spotted grabbing private jets from France to NYC and then back to the European nation again surrounding the Riverkeeper Fishermen's Ball in NYC on Wednesday night, where he was honored alongside Robert De Niro.
The film star flew in on an 8,000 mile trip from Cannes, France for the event, only to fly back out
Looks like Leonardo DiCaprio is pulling out the big guns!
On Thursday, Leo met with Pope Francis at the Vatican in Italy to discuss very important issues like climate change and the environment. Also along for the ride was L.D.'s father George DiCaprio and the global fundraising chair for the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation.
The meeting is not too much of a surprise considering both the Pope and the actor are staunch supporters of reducing our carbon footprint in an effort to make the world more sustainable for generations to come.
In fact, last September P.F. made a great comment about environmentalism at the United Nations General Assembly, saying:
"Any harm done to our environment is harm done to humanity."
How well said!
While the contents of the meeting were private, we're sure the two had a great brainstorming session on how to stop the horrendous crimes against our environment. They're both passionate AND knowledgeable about the cause, after all!
Who knows, maybe Leo will top off his fab month with an Oscar win!
You go, Mr. President!
Barack Obama appeared on Running Wild alongside host Bear Grylls on Thursday night, taking outdoorsmanship to a new level in the Alaskan wilderness.
And the Internet reacted like crazy!
In the episode, the President and Grylls traveled across Arctic terrain in Alaska, seeing firsthand how climate change has been affecting the area, while discussing family life and the president's daughters, Sasha and Malia.
Ch-ch-check out a short teaser clip of the president's time with Bear in the wilderness that was just released from last night's episode (below):
This is so sad.
Entrepreneur and environmentalist Douglas Tompkins died Tuesday in a kayaking accident in the Chilean wilderness he spent his life trying to preserve.
The 72-year-old, who co-founded outdoor apparel titan The North Face 50 years ago, was kayaking with five other people this week in cold water and bad weather.
According to reports, they were hit by a large wave and capsized. A military patrol boat found three people from General Carrerra Lake before a helicopter plucked out the remaining three.
Tompkins was reportedly in the water for a "lengthy period" before he was rescued and rushed to a hospital, where he died of hypothermia.
The North Face released the following statement: