Fisker Joins Hands with Leonardo Di Caprio to Care for the Planet

Leo is among the many celebs who care about the environment. Hollywood sensation Leornado Wilhelm Di Caprio has partnered with the luxury hybrid brand Fisker Automotive. The eco-friendly actor who was first the recipient of Fisker Automotive got a little something back in this deal.

The brand promised to support his foundation for charity. The non profit organization is also making a big effort to take care of the planet and its people. Both parties are said to be delighted to work side by side to accomplish their shared vision.

Luxury model Fisker Karma has seen some of the starlight at the North American International Auto Show in 2008. And, a year after that, Fisker decided to sell the product.

However, it was only after repeated delays the environmental protection agency issued clearance on vehicle emissions and drive range in October 2011.

The futuristic model concentrates on sustainability  and smooth driving. The GM supplied four cylinder engine adds to the charm.

The car doesn’t make a hole in your pockets when it comes to maintenance, as electric motors are simple and reliable than that of a gasoline engine.

The Leo-Fisker partnership is more of a mission than a business and let our hopes be that they be successful. Now, that’s something that would help us see the light of another day in a planet being abused beyond repair.

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Celebrities Who Strive to Make Mother Earth Greener

Celebrities, most often, take the flak for their extravagant life style. But not all of them are the same. There are many celebrities who shower love on the environment and nature around them. These stars use their fame and wealth to raise awareness on various social issues and also support many eco projects. Let’s take a look. 

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Gisele Bundchen Wins Best Green International Celebrity Award

We are always happy to appreciate the green ventures being initiated around the globe. The Green Awards announced recently – the 6th Annual International Green Awards – is one that we would discuss here.  Many celebrities were appreciated with honors at the awards, and among them was Gisele Bundchen, who won the award for the Best Green International Celebrity.

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Richard Branson Lends Support to Save the Indian Tiger

Did you know philanthropist and high flying business tycoon Richard Branson has his heart tuned towards wildlife conservation? One aspect that rules his mind these days is his love for the Indian Tigers. Branson, who will work for the conservation of Indian tigers, was recently in India and he visited theCorbettNational Park. The park is a conservation center on an area of 520 square kilometers that houses critically endangered Bengal Tigers.

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Kristen Stewart Vows Never to Wear Fur; Lauded on Jay Leno Show [Video]

Remember Bella, the girl of the Twilight Saga? Yes, the gorgeous Kristen Stewart, who had won worldwide appreciation for her performance in the Twilight Saga and many other Hollywood movies, is again in the news for her love for nature.. She said in a chat show that she will never ever wear garments made of fur!  Now, that calls for applause.

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Big Fish Rally for Shark Fin Ban; DiCaprio, Branson Among Campaigners

Celebrities the world over have rallied behind a common cause – the movement to ban the trade of shark fin products. Leonardo DiCaprio, James Cameron, Wolfgang Puck, Gordon Ramsey, Richard Branson, Yao Ming, Mario Batali, Edward Norton, and Chinese billionaire Zhang Yue are some of those campaigners. In California, WildAid, NRDC, and The Humane Society of the United States worked with DiCaprio, Norton, and Yao to write a joint letter to Governor Jerry Brown, asking him to sign California’s Assembly Bill 376, which will ban the import, trade, and possession of shark fin in California.

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