The actor and environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio arrived in Glasgow for Cop26.
The Hollywood star, who is the United Nations representative on climate change, was spotted at the Kew Carbon Garden event on Tuesday at the opening conference.
He was harassed by reporters, fans, and delegates as he entered the building.
The Titanic star was part of Monday’s sideshow, which featured actor Paul Goodenough, founder of the charity Rewriting Extinction.
Glasgow residents were surprised to see Hollywood movies and other celebrities, in a local tweet: “US presidents outside Greggs and Leonardo DiCaprio in Maryhill. What else is true about Glasgow now?”
Leaders from around the world attended COP26, where 200 countries were asked what their plans were to reduce air pollution by 2030.
Leonardo DiCaprio has provided millions of environmental and support services to staff as creators and coaches of nature.
Leonardo also described broadcaster Greta Thunberg as the “leader of our time” when they met in 2019.
At the 2016 Oscars, he talked about declaring that climate change is the “fastest threat facing our entire species.”
At the time, however, a report posted on the Forbes website claimed that the actor’s immoral life meant his “carbon footprint was higher than he thought”.
The actor expressed his concern about this in his 2016 article for National Geographic, Before the Flood.
DiCaprio was recently seen flying to market instead of a private jet, although it is still unknown how the actor flew to Scotland this week.
The 46-year-old is best known for works such as The Revenant, Once Upon a Time Hollywood, Wolf of Wall Street, Shutter Island, Inception, The Great Gatsby, Blood Diamond, and Django Unchained.
COP26 Weather Assembly – Background
• Climate change is one of the worst problems in the world. The government will promise to reduce global warming if we prevent global warming.
• The Glasgow Convention is a place where change is possible. You have to look for the most corrupt promises in the world, such as promises from the United States and China, and whether the poorest countries are getting the support they need.
• Our lives will change. The decisions made here can affect our jobs, our appearance, our homes, our food, and our behavior.