Leonardo DiCaprio can seriously damage the environment

Activists and environmentalists talk a lot about the importance of reducing our carbon footprint. One recent study found that actor and environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio produced massive amounts of carbon during the starring in ‘Inception’ in 2010.

Leo reportedly produced 4.8 metric tons of carbon dioxide during his flights to film locations in Tokyo, Tangier, Paris, Albert, and Los Angeles. This is estimated to be 300 percent higher than the permissible carbon dioxide emissions for one person. The norm is 1.2 tons.

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Author: Sam Smith
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