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Harrison Ford frequent flier on private jets despite climate activism – Watch Morano confront Ford about his private jet hypocrisy at 2019 at UN climate summit

Harrison Ford, a famous Hollywood actor, has frequently traveled via private jet in recent months despite his well-known climate change activism.

Ford’s private jet, a multimillion-dollar Cessna Citation Sovereign, has made at least eight trips stretching roughly 5,284 miles and emitting about 35 metric tons of carbon dioxide in less than two months, according to data from ADS-B Exchange and Celebrity Jets. …

“It’s hard to read the headlines — floods, fires, famines, plagues — and tell your children that everything is alright,” he remarked at a conservation summit in France last year. “It’s not alright. Damn it, it’s not alright. It’s alright to feel frustration, anxiety, grief, but don’t run away from it. Cry out for justice, justice for mother nature.”

“The Earth has irreplaceable ecosystems rich in carbon and biodiversity,” he continued. “By preserving just a small fraction of these wetlands, tropical forests and mangroves, we can protect our wildlife, our air, water, food jobs and climate.”


Video: UN’s Whopper of Hypocrisy: UN climate activists line up for Burger King at Madrid summit despite UN’s warning on dangers of eating meat – Harrison Ford confronted about flying up coast for a cheeseburger

When asked why he “frequently flies up the coast, just for a cheeseburger,” Harrison Ford told CFACT’s Marc Morano “I’m a vegetarian now, thank you” while attending the UN’s climate summit in Madrid. Meanwhile, UN delegates lined up to chow down on beef burgers at the Burger King in the UN food court – all while calling for meat eating to be discouraged and even banned. The “Impossible Whopper” vegetarian burger was not even an available option.

Climate Depot asked Harrison Ford multiple times what he thought of the double standard of having a Burger King at the summit, but Ford refused to answer. Ford did respond to Climate Depot’s question about whether he still flies up the coast for a cheeseburger in his private plane. See:Flashback: Passionate climate activist Harrison Ford: ‘I’m so passionate about flying, I often fly up the coast for a cheeseburger’
Ford responded to Morano on December 10: “I’m a vegetarian now, thank you.” [Climate Depot note: Does this mean he flies up the coast for a fake meat burger now?] Watch the video here
The UN climate summit features anti-meat protestors outside the entrance with many messages to urge a halt to meat-eating. But this did not phase the hungry meat-eaters inside.