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Maleeha Lodhi invites Leonardo Dicaprio to Pakistan

Oscar award winner of this year Leonardo Dicaprio who grabbed the award for the first time is busy nowadays in his campaign to save the planet.But the good news is Maleeha Lodhi invited the Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio to Pakistan as a messenger of UN.

On April 22, Earth Day, 175 countries signed the United Nations Paris climate accord. It was the most countries ever to sign a global agreement. Before the accord was signed, however, the U.N. listened to Leonardo DiCaprio say that the agreement was nowhere near enough to save the planet.

Our planet cannot be saved unless we leave fossil fuels in the ground, where they belong, DiCaprio, the U.N. Messenger of Peace, warned the officials gathered for the signing ceremony. An upheaval and massive change are required, now. One that leads to a new collective consciousness. A new collective evolution of the human race inspired and enabled by a sense of urgency from all of you, he said.

Maleedha Lodhi, the Pakistan permanent representative to the United Nations, has invited Hollywood superstar Leonardo Di Caprio to Pakistan.

A recent tweet of her that she, which read “Met and invited Leonardo di Caprio UN messenger of peace to Pakistan.
Caprio, the UN ambassador of peace, early delivered an impassioned speech at the UN General Assembly, urging world leaders to leave fossil fuels ‘in the ground where they belong’ as he spoke before the Paris Agreement for Climate Change Signing.

We can congratulate each other today, but it will mean absolutely nothing’ if you return to your countries and don’t take action to implement the deal.

Our planet cannot be saved unless we leave fossil fuels in the ground where they belong,” the Academy Award-winning actor said. Now is the time for bold, unprecedented action. My friends, look at the delegates around you, it is time to ask each other, which side of history will you be on?

The year 2015, was the hottest year on record, and average temperatures have already jumped by almost 1 degree Celsius.