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Winning the Screen Actors Guild Award on Saturday night for his leading role in The Revenant, Leonardo DiCaprio earned a standing ovation from an enthusiastic crowd, and thanked everyone from his Revenant co-stars and “genius” director to his parents– “Thank you for listening to an overly ambitious, slightly annoying 13-year-old kid who wanted to go on auditions every day after school, I wouldn’t be standing here without you.”
He also, much to the thrill of the Internet, stopped to kiss old pal Kate Winslet on his way to the stage.
The Revenant picked up 12 major nominations in the most awaited annual awards night, the 88th Oscar Awards, including Tom Hardy’s Best Supporting Actor nomination as John Fitzgerald opposite Leonardo DiCaprio’s Hugh Glass.
The Revenant walks us through the brief yet pivotal history of the American fur trade, full of tales of daring but also grave destruction. Though the fur trade forged the romantic image of the mountain man – idealized loners purportedly as rugged as the wilderness they felt beholden to tame — the fur trade was also very much a business. In a sense it ushered in the first emergence of the archetypal Western entrepreneur, the visionary iconoclast who forges ahead answerable to no one but himself.
Leonardo DiCaprio delivered an impassioned speech calling for bold action to safeguard the planet, as he accepted the World Economic Forum’s 2016 Crystal Award. Chinese actress Yao Chen was also honored for raising awareness of the refugee crisis.
DiCaprio was recognized as a longtime, passionate advocate for environmental sustainability—both through his Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, which aims to promote the health and well-being of people around the planet, and for his work as a U.N. messenger of peace for climate change.
In his acceptance speech, DiCaprio called for a committed move away from fossil fuels to renewable energy.
“We simply cannot afford to let the corporate greed of the coal, oil, and gas industries to determine the future of humanity. Our planet cannot be saved unless we leave fossil fuels in the ground where they belong,” said DiCaprio.
He also called for protection of the planet’s last natural ecosystems.
The 41-year-old actor made the announcement at the World Economic Forum’s Crystal Award Ceremony in Davos, Switzerland, reported US magazine. ‘The Revenant’ actor was honored for his work in tackling the ongoing climate crisis.
Leonardo DiCaprio urges elimination of fossil fuels
“Generosity is the key to our future. With that, I am pleased to announce today over USD 15 million in new commitments from LDF to fast-track cutting-edge sustainability and conservation projects around the world,” DiCaprio said.
A portion from the funds will go toward protecting the last remaining rain forests, including the Amazon in Ecuador, where the palm oil industry is threatening the vast span of land.