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EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Why did Defra give ‘rewilding’ charity £116,000 in the space of a month?


As the nation tightens its purse strings in the cost-of-living crisis, cash-strapped taxpayers might be surprised to learn that a multi-millionaire Hollywood star’s charity has been benefiting from their hard-earned money.

I can reveal that charity Re:wild, co-founded by Oscar-winner Leonardo DiCaprio, has been handed more than £116,000 in grants by the UK Government, in the space of just a month.

The cash comes from a Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) scheme which gives out grants that help to protect biodiversity and the natural environment around the world.

Even though the actor, 47, is worth over £200 million, Re:wild, the conservation group he co-founded last year, has received four lump-sum donations totalling the eyebrow-raising amount.

I can reveal that charity Re:wild, co-founded by Oscar-winner Leonardo DiCaprio, has been handed more than £116,000 in grants by the UK Government, in the space of just a month

I can reveal that charity Re:wild, co-founded by Oscar-winner Leonardo DiCaprio, has been handed more than £116,000 in grants by the UK Government, in the space of just a month

Earlier this year, Defra granted…



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