Leonardo DiCaprio, who recently traveled for 12,000 miles within two weeks and spent nights with several models, has been criticized for being an eco-hypocrite when he attended a green fashion event in LA.
On Thursday, the Green Carpet Fashion Awards saw the 48-year-old actor posing alongside leaders in sustainable fashion and activism.
However, this is because he has been traveling extensively between the United States and cities such as London, Milan, and Paris within a span of two weeks, accumulating over 12,000 miles of travel.
Although the mode of travel remains unknown, the environmental activist has previously faced criticism for his reliance on fuel-inefficient private jets.
Leonardo made a rare appearance for photographs at the awards ceremony held at Neuehouse Hollywood this week. He looked sharp for the occasion.
He sported a suave navy suit for his appearance and was seen smiling alongside Sonia Guajajara, the Minister of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil, in the winners' room.
Heidi Klum, Cate Blanchett, and Jodie Turner-Smith were among the many stars who graced the red carpet in style at the yearly Green Carpet Fashion Awards.
Although he generally shies away from the cameras, the actor from Shutter Island was pleased to pose for some pictures alongside Sonia.
The occasion honors individuals in the fashion and entertainment industries who have made positive contributions toward promoting cultural change.
Throughout much of his career, Leonardo has been a vocal advocate for environmental causes.
The celebrity has been maintaining a "work hard, play hard" lifestyle and was seen partying across various locations in Europe this month.
The trip commenced with the BAFTAS in London on February 19th. After a 5,437 mile journey from Los Angeles, he hosted a pre-awards party.
In the wee hours of Monday morning, Leonardo was observed exiting Annabel's through the rear exit following the after-party.
Days later, before departing London, he was spotted partying until the early hours with 21-year-old model Josie Redmond at Chiltern Firehouse in the city.
The actor's schedule shifted rapidly, as on February 25th they were seen spending an evening with friends in Milan, covering a distance of approximately 595 air miles between the United Kingdom and Italy.
The individual met up with their alleged former partner, Gigi Hadid, aged 27, in the city. After attending fashion shows throughout the day, they both seemed to enjoy themselves and maintain their friendship.
Following his appearances at a few nightclubs in Milan, Leonardo hosted a party in Paris on March 3 to commence the fashion week festivities there.
It is believed that he traveled by plane, covering the distance of 397 miles between Milan and Paris.
Rose was photographed multiple times at Leonardo's hotel the morning after, and a few days later, the pair went to a cabaret bar in Paris.
Leonardo was last seen in the French capital over the weekend before traveling 5,642 miles back to Los Angeles. His first public appearance after returning was at the Green Carpet Fashion Awards.
Leonardo faced criticism in the past for taking multiple private jet trips within a short period.
It was reported that in 2016, Leonardo traveled 8,000 miles by private jet from Europe to New York City to receive an award for his environmental activism.
During the Cannes Film Festival, Leonardo was seen in attendance. However, he took a short trip to New York City to accept an award at the Riverkeeper Fishermen's Ball, as reported by Page Six.
After the award ceremony, he boarded another private jet and attended the amfAR gala in Antibes, which is approximately eight miles away from Cannes, just a day later.
In 2014, he addressed the United Nations on the topic of climate change after joining a march of 400,000 people on the streets of New York.
The Hollywood celebrity's luxurious lifestyle, including multiple homes and frequent private jet trips, reveals a double-standard on the matter of climate change.
Following the backlash from his previous trip, he seemed eager to make up for it in 2021 by traveling to the COP26 eco summit in Glasgow via commercial means.