While chatting about climate change with Leonardo DiCaprio , a very serious subject that the actor is quite passionate about, fellow Hollywood star, Drew Barrymore , decided to shoot her shot! Check out her ingenious pick-up line!
You might think a discussion about the effects of climate change isn’t the right time to flirt, but Drew Barrymore wouldn’t agree, because she’s definitely found the perfect way to do it!
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After all, given the worrisome situation we all find ourselves in, there’s no time to lose, so get your shot while you still can, girl!
It all started when Leo posted an image about the terrifying effects climate change would have on our planet in the coming years.
Drew appeared in the comment section to write, “You should be the hot one, not our planet.”
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She later also said to the actor, “Thank you for always being the pioneer in saving our planet.”
As for the disturbing information the actor shared alongside the image, it reads: ‘The difference between 1.5C, 2C or 3-4C global warming can sound rather marginal. In fact, they represent very different scenarios for the future of humanity. The frequency of disasters, the survival of plants and animals, the spread of various diseases, the stability of our global climate system and – ultimately – humanity’s ability to survive on this planet all depend on these few degrees. Today we still have a chance to meet the 1.5C target set out in the Paris Agreement. We can protect ourselves from the worst climate impacts and start shaping a healthier future. But we are rapidly approaching irreversible climate tipping points.’
He further emphasized: ‘That is why the #COP26 climate conference in November is so important for the fight against climate change. Countries need to close open points regarding the implementation of the Paris Agreement and lay the groundwork for a transformative decade of climate action in the 2020s. #It is possible.”
This information is indeed very important because the theory is that we only have about 6-7 years before the effects of climate change will become irreversible, so Leo is doing his part!