The Protect Our Planet Challenge, which aims to save the Amazon rainforest. It is receiving $200 million from Jeff Bezos’ Nature Solutions and Leonardo DiCaprio’s Re:Wild Conservation organisation. The money will be used to manage and extend Brazil’s Indigenous. And protected areas in an effort to end deforestation and advance a sustainable economy. Prior to this, DiCaprio donated $5 billion to conserve wilderness regions and threatened species. Along with millions of dollars for conservation initiatives on the Galapagos Islands.
Leonardo DiCaprio, a well-known Hollywood actor who actively supports environmental protection. He has lately gotten involved in an initiative to preserve the Amazon rainforest.
The Protect Our Planet Challenge will receive $200 million from non-profit organisations run by Leonardo DiCaprio’s Re:Wild Conservation and Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, and his Nature Solutions, to “support the expansion and management of Brazil’s protected areas and Indigenous territories.”According to Variety, the $200 million donation will be used to speed up Brazil’s transition to a sustainable and green economy over the course of the next four years and help the South American nation achieve zero deforestation in the Amazon.
DiCaprio said in a statement
DiCaprio said in a statement that he and his team were “thrilled to be able to support these efforts through the safeguarding Our globe Challenge.” “We are inspired by Brazil’s ambitious aims for safeguarding the Amazon. One of the most important locations for biodiversity on the globe. The ‘Titanic’ star made a $43 million pledge in May 2021, and a wildlife veterinarian and island restoration expert took control of his social media channels to promote the announcement. Re:wild, an organisation established in 2021 by a group of famous conservation scientists and DiCaprio. He was involved in the announcement of the programme. DiCaprio once more contributed to a major $5 billion promise to preserve wild regions and endangered animals in September 2021.