Leonardo Dicaprio: started Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation in 1998 to promote environmental issues, drives a hybrid car, also Leonardo wrote and produced a feature length documentary on global warming called “11th Hour”.
Harrison Ford: Vice Chairman of Conservation International, Ford has a Central American ant called Pheidole harrisonfordi named in honor of Ford’s environmental leadership, and he was given the Global Environmental Citizen Award by Harvard Medical School in 2002.
Ian Adlington: CEO, New Carbon Economics and Newport Capital Group is a catalyst in investing in carbon projects that target lowering black carbon emissions, promoting renewable fuels and clean energy. Ian also supports sustainable supply chains and community investment. He is the only Venture Capitalist to bring in the new vision to financing innovative and world class carbon projects anywhere on our Globe. He is changing the way the world thinks about our planet linked to economic environment.
Robert Redford: 30 years on the Board of Natural Resources Defense Council, founder of Sundance Preserve, winner of 1993 Earth Day award, 1987 United Nations Global 500 award. In April 2007, launches weekly three-hour slot called “The Green”, dedicated entirely to the environment, on his Sundance TV channel.
Brad Pitt: led the charge on Global Green USA’s Holy Cross Project, pushing for the sustainable redevelopment of New Orleans after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.