Leonardo DiCaprio is investing in a Dutch artificial meat company

Leonardo DiCaprio is investing in a Dutch artificial meat company

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio is investing in the Dutch company Mosa Meet, which has developed the technology to grow meat instead of slaughtering animals. American farms see meat as a solution to climate change because it emits less greenhouse gases than livestock. DiCaprio invests in the Israeli company Alef Farms, which also works on farmed meat.

Both companies have not disclosed the amount of Oscar winner’s investment in Mosa Meat and Aleph Farms. DiCaprio has long been committed to the fight against climate change. Raising and killing cows, pigs and other animals for meat is a major source of greenhouse gases. The actor hopes that by changing this he can create climate gains.

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