You can count actor Leonardo DiCaprio among the supporters of the Standing Rock Youth, who are attempting to stop the production of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

The pipeline would stretch from North Dakota to Illinois, connecting the Bakken and Three Forks production areas, according to Dakota Access. It would also travel about one mile away from the Standing Rock Reservation.

DiCaprio took to social media to support the Standing Rock Youth, sharing the following link on Facebook last week:

The pipeline would be able to transport approximately 450,000 barrels per day and would allow shippers to access multiple markets, according to PetroGlobalNews.

DiCaprio isn't the only celebrity lending his support to the Standing Rock Youth. Actors Ray Fisher and Ezra Miller, who will star in the upcoming 'Justice League' movie, recently posted the video below, showing their support:

Jason Momoa, who will also star in the upcoming 'Justice League' film, shared a similar sentiment as his costars, though he took to Instagram:

So far, more than 100,000 supporters have signed the 'Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline' petition on Change.org. You can add your support by clicking HERE.

For more information, you can visit RezpectOurWater.com.