Leonardo DiCaprio Rocks Full Beard, Man Bun as He Receives Clinton Global Citizen Award for Environmental Campaigning

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Leonardo shows off his man bun as he hugs World Wildlife Fund CEO Carter Roberts Paul Zimmerman, Getty

Leo's looking hairy! Titanic hunk Leonardo DiCaprio rocked a fuller-than-ever beard and a slicked-back man bun on Sunday, Sept. 21 as he accepted his Clinton Global Citizen Award in New York for his environmental work.

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The 39-year-old actor, who has been sporting facial hair for the past few months, looked more hirsute than ever with a bushy beard and his flowing locks pulled back into a neat bun, as he took to the stage to receive the prestigious award.

DiCaprio, who narrated a new climate change documentary, Carbon, last month, urged the public to keep environmental concerns in their minds as they thought about philanthropy.

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"Climate change is compromising the very livability of our planet," the actor said. "Less than three percent of all philanthropic giving goes toward protecting and preserving our environment," he explained, before urging people "to put environmental issues at the forefront of the human agenda."

Earlier in the day, the actor participated in the People's Climate Change march, alongside fellow environmental activists Edward Norton, Mark Ruffalo, Sting and Evangeline Lilly.

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DiCaprio was presented with his award by World Wildlife Fund CEO Carter Roberts. "Now more than ever nature needs a voice. Leonardo DiCaprio is that voice," he said.

Eva Longoria, Seth Meyers, Randy Jackson and a very-pregnant Chelsea Clinton also attended the award ceremony at the Sheraton Times Square.

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