Harrison Ford Criticised By Environmental Activists
Hollywood actor Harrison Ford is facing serious criticism from environmental activists. The actor is being blamed of making unnecessary air trips.
Recently in an interview the ‘Indiana Jones’ star admitted that he loves flying and once he made a jet journey to buy a cheeseburger.
The 67-yaer old star began flying when he was 52. The actor purchased several aircrafts after he gained the license.
The star keeps his aircrafts at Santa Monica Airport in California.
Speaking about his love for flying, he said, "Learning to fly was a work of art. I'm so passionate about flying I often fly up the coast for a cheeseburger. Flying is like good music; it elevates the spirit and it's an exhilarating freedom."
According to sources, the environment experts are not happy with the actor’s outrageous airplane journeys.
Wendy Buckley, the environmentalist said, “Flying is a huge source of carbon emissions and making unnecessary journeys by plane can no longer be seen as responsible to our environment."
"Stars like Harrison Ford need to embrace the huge opportunity to lead by example in the battle against climate change, reduce their overall lifestyle carbon footprint and carbon offset those unavoidable emissions," she added.