When Leo finally got his Oscar, he used his acceptance speech to highlight global warming.
Since then, he’s made a documentary on climate change around the globe called Before the Flood, which he made publicly available for free.
Now the Oscar winner continues his activist work by recently visiting a restaurant in Queensferry Street, Edinburgh which helps the homeless.
The Revenant star met the staff and had lunch at Home, Josh Littlejohn's latest Social Bite venture. It was set up to provide training and employment for members of the Social Bite Academy, a four-year paid course for homeless people.
Social Bite has cafes in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen which encourage customers to ‘pay forward’ meals for the homeless. The social business donates all its profits to social causes in Scotland and throughout the world, and one in four of their team are formerly homeless.
George Clooney visited a Social Bite restaurant in Rose Street last year.