Celebrities turn up at Climate March and tweet out support

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Former Vice President Al Gore and actor Leonardo DiCaprio were a few famous faces spotted among the droves of demonstrators at Saturday’s Peoples Climate March in Washington, D.C., which was organized to protest the new administration’s environmental agenda and demand the government take action against climate change.

The Climate March is the latest in a string of rallies since the Trump took office, including last week’s March for Science.

Social media lit up with photos of the Oscar-winning actor seen holding a sign that read “Climate Change is Real,” while Gore helped carry a large banner during the march and posed for pictures with participants.

The Hill reports that Gore, known for his outspoken views on climate change, is currently working on a sequel to his 2006 documentary “An Inconvenient Truth,” exposing the rise of global warming. His next film is expected to premiere at Sundance Film Festival in January.

The former vice president tweeted out to his followers using the hashtag #BeInconvenient and urging them to live stream the march.




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