Leonardo DiCaprio isn’t resting on his Oscar laurels — the environmental activist is currently in the Indonesian jungle to help raise awareness for the fight against deforestation.

The Wolf of Wall Street star shared a snap on his Instagram with two environmentalists and two endangered elephants at the Leuser ecosystem on the island of Sumatra.

The 41-year-old is trying to come to the aid of the island because environmentalists are concerned since Aceh province authorities are planning to destroy new patches of virgin forest for roads and commercial sale, even though the central government in Jakarta has advised against it.

DiCaprio wrote on Instagram, “The lowland #rainforest of the Leuser Ecosystem are considered the world’s best remaining habitat for the critically endangered Sumatran #elephant. In these forests, ancient elephant migratory paths are still used by some of the last #wild herds of Sumatran elephants. But the expansion of Palm Oil plantations is fragmenting the #forest and cutting off key elephant migratory corridors, making it more difficult for elephant families to find adequate sources of food and water.”

The post went on, “The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation is supporting local partners to establish a mega-fauna sanctuary in the Leuser Ecosystem, last place on Earth where Sumatran orangutans, tigers, rhinos and elephants coexist in the wild.”

DiCaprio may be a party monster but he really is a saint when it comes to helping the world.