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Taylor Swift is a pollution hero

Taylor Swift is a pollution hero


In recent years, singer-songwriter Taylor Swift has often spoken publicly about her environmental values.

But it seems that ankle boots do not follow your lips.

We know that global stars are often known for their excessive use of private jets. Recently, both Kylie Jenner and Drake have been heavily criticized by the public because of this. But, according to a new file released by research firm Yard, it appears that M.I Swift will be responsible for by far the most greenhouse gas emissions this year.

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According to the report, the singer’s plane has been used 170 times between 1Verse January and July 19, 2022, with a total of 22,923 minutes in the sky, or 16 days. These flights produced more than 8,200 tons of carbon, which is 1,184 times the emissions of the average person.

representative m.I Swift claimed rolling rock That the plane was regularly loaned to the singer’s friends, so as not to be responsible for all the pollution from the device.

To compile its report, Yard pulled its numbers from Celebrity Jets, a site that lists flights flown by planes owned by various celebrities.

In second place on the list of the most polluted stars is boxer Floyd Mayweather, who is responsible for 7,076 tons of carbon dioxide.2. He is followed by rapper and businessman Jay-Z. However, the latter claims that his plane is a company plane of Puma, of which he is the creative director, and claims that many of the athletes represented by the sportswear brand use it.

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Then we find, in order, the following characters: Alex Rodriguez, Blake Shelton, Steven Spielberg, Kim Kardashian, Mark Wahlberg, Oprah Winfrey and Travis Scott.

The two stars who inspired the list, Kylie Jenner and Drake, are ranked 19e And at the age of 16e rank, respectively.

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