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Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation donates $20M to support environmental causes
by Lacy Cooke
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19 September 2017
On 19 September 2017 Inhabitat reported:
The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation (LDF) has announced their biggest portfolio of environmental grants ever given. LDF is giving $20 million to organizations working for conservation, climate solutions, and indigenous rights, to name a few. LDF will give over 100 organizations grants across six categories: wildlife and land conservation; marine life and ocean conservation; indigenous rights; climate change; innovation, technology, and media; and LDF's California program, targeted to help local communities transition to sustainable infrastructure, energy, and food.
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