Leonardo DiCaprio Joined the ‘Kayapo Indigenous Community’ in their fight against Gold Mining

This is not the first time that Leonardo DiCaprio is revealing his philanthropic, ecologist face to the world. Rooting firm on his ground DiCaprio had recently expressed his concern over the historic disaster caused by the Australian Bush Fires. Now he has made a bomb-shelled induction towards one of the most controversial issues caused by the PL 191/2020 bill passed by the government of Brazil, which has put the lives of the Kayapo indigenous community as well as the sustainability of nature to a great threat.

Of late, the actor took to his Instagram post to share his concern about the perilous situation that the bill, which aims at a massive gold mining venture shall cause to both the indigenous family as well as mother nature. Posting a series of awareness posters, DiCaprio has strenuously made it out to the public that the development giants are tightening their belt towards the destruction of an entire community, thereby causing menace to nature.

“In a declaration to the government of Brazil and the international community, the In a declaration to the government of Brazil and the international community, the Kayapo Indigenous people stand against gold mining and other extractive industries in their territories. This month Brazil is considering a bill that would open up demarcated Indigenous territories to mining, oil and natural gas, threatening the rainforest, the Indigenous communities that depend on it, and the overall health of our planet. stand against gold mining and other extractive industries in their territories. This month Brazil is considering a bill that would open up demarcated Indigenous territories to mining, oil and natural gas, threatening the rainforest, the Indigenous communities that depend on it, and the overall health of our planet,” posted DiCaprio.

DiCaprio, the Ecologist is up to support the Kayapo Indigenous people!

According to the post he has expressed his concern towards the predatory activity of gold mining in the territories of the Kayapo community.

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“We repudiate the Federal Government’s encouragement of Invasion of our communities,” says the post. A project that causes a profoundly negative impact on our environment, society, community, lifestyle, customs and traditions cannot be encouraged, claimed the post.

Leonardo DiCaprio Joined the 'Kayapo Indigenous Community' in their fight against Gold Mining
Leonardo DiCaprio Joined the ‘Kayapo Indigenous Community’ in their fight against Gold Mining

A vast majority of the Kayapo community rely on the natural resources from the rainforest. Hence, implementing a bill like this would harm the subsistence of a large community who make their living through fishing and hunting.

DiCaprio also offered his helping hands to their appeal to the government of Brazil and the international community to repeal the bill encouraging mining in their territory and thereby save nature.