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A spokesperson for Taylor Swift has responded to a report that named the singer as the celebrity with the worst private jet CO2 emissions.
Yesterday, a report released by Yard claimed the American singer was the biggest CO2 polluter of the year so far, having flown in her private jet 170 times since January and totalling 8,294.54 tonnes of CO2.
However, Swift's spokesperson told Buzzfeed News the statistics are inaccurate.
For context, the report claims the average person produces just seven tonnes of carbon emissions per year. © Getty Taylor Swift has been named the celebrity with the worst private jet carbon emissions.
Swift's representative said only some of the 170 flights can be attributed to the singer: "Taylor's jet is loaned out regularly to other individuals. To attribute most or all of these trips to her is blatantly incorrect."
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Regardless, it is clear Swift's jet is racking up significant amounts of carbon emissions due to its inefficient use.
According to the Yard report, her average flight time is just 80 minutes, and her jet's shortest recorded flight flew between Missouri and Nashville for just 36 minutes. © Getty Swift and Kim Kardashian are among the worst celebrity polluters.
Other significant celebrity polluters include boxer and domestic violence perpetrator Floyd Mayweather, whose shortest flight was just 10 minutes long but emitted one ton of carbon; Kim Kardashian, who has emitted 609 times more carbon than the average person; and director Steven Spielberg, who took an 18-minute flight between Rotterdam and Amsterdam – a route which, when taken by train, takes only an hour.
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The subject of celebrity carbon emissions has blown up ever since Kylie Jenner shared an out-of-touch photo of her and partner Travis Scott posing in front of their private jets with the caption, "you wanna take mine or yours?"
In the midst of the backlash, many began diving deeper into Jenner's private jet use by examining the Celebrity Jets Twitter account, which records celebrity private jet trips. https://twitter.com/CelebJets/status/1547047653690822661?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw
Many were horrified she was regularly taking flights as short as 12 minutes and reprimanded her for "her absolute disregard for the planet".
Many found it hypocritical that ordinary people were being asked by big companies to reduce their car trips and use paper straws when celebrities are constantly leaving huge carbon footprints with frivolous trips in their private jets.
Despite the wave of criticism, celebrities have continued to take private flights between short distances.
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The active 86-year-old was independent until last year when Alison noticed the strength in her father's legs declining. He was unknowingly consuming about 70 times the recommended daily intake of a vitamin for a man his age.Ms Taylor told ABC Radio Melbourne her father was diagnosed with vitamin B6 toxicity — a condition that can cause peripheral neuropathy, or nerve damage — after he was unknowingly consuming about 70 times the recommended daily intake for a man his age.