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Actress Emma Thompson said that she may have been “hypocritical” when she flew thousands of miles to attend an event in order to protest against the environmental problems.
The star was criticized in April for a flight from Los Angeles to London in order to join the Extinct Revolt of the campaign is to raise awareness about climate change. Speaking of ITV News, the “Late Night,” the actress acknowledged that her critics have a point, but defended himself by saying that they will not be able to fly as much as they used to be.
“I may be a hypocrite by flying, but I am well aware of how to fly, so I fly a lot, but sometimes I have to when I’m at work. However, I will continue to look for ways to get to places without having to fly,” she said.
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Thompson continued: “The message of the destruction of Rebellion, was it not, that no one is able to fly, it was for a few years, we have been asking for clean energy, and it has been ignored.”
Actress Emma Thompson joins from Extinction Uprising of protesters, caused by the disruption of the grand junction, Oxford Circus, in the city of London, on Friday 19 April 2019 at the latest. The pressure of the group to Extinction, Revolt, calling for the continuation of civil disobedience, to demand from the government in the fight against climate change.
(Jonathan Brady/PA via AP)
The actress’ latest comments echo those made to the BBC when he was asked about her flying habits for the sake of protest in the month of April.
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“Sorry, sometimes I have to fly, but I don’t fly nearly as much as I did because of my carbon footprint, and I have a lot of trees,” she said. “It’s always back to the individual. “You’re the one who is flying, you’re the one who’s using it, and you are the only one who wants it that way.’ The fact of the matter is, everyone has been asking for clean energy for decades to come. This is a question, and this question has been around for decades, and it has been ignored for decades. So where is the hypocrisy? If I was able to fly it, clean it, would I have to do that.”
Thompson told ITV News that it was only the shame that she feels for her climate change activism, is on the face of the young members of the Extinct Rebellion is still a lot more to do.
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“They [the Extinction Rebellion, the members] are willing to take risk, in order to have a criminal record to interfere with their parents at a time when they should be enjoying their time at school or uni,” she said. “In order for them to meet in person, she made me feel so ashamed that we have let them down-to such an extent that they were willing to turn their back on their own future, and all that we have to have a job, a family,… they will be able to not think about it.”