Brazilian supermodel, Gisele Bundchen, wanted to add more sparkle to the world by appearing before the UN to talk about climate change. Cause she's an expert.
I'm here as a mother, a daughter, a sister, a wife, and as a UN ambassador for the environment. I'm here for nature, for my children, and for future generations, because I believe that every voice counts.
We must stop living with the idea "out of sight out of mind." If we don't see it, it won't affect us. But it will because everything in this world is connected.
Ms. Gisele sounds passionate, she even turned on the waterworks. Waste of aqua if you ask me. Remember, she lives in a giant mansion that uses coal energy. She's a posh jetsetter living the life of luxury courtesy of fossil fuels. Sit down.
We do not begrudge Gisele her success or her lavish lifestyle. But if she's going to whimper at the rest of the world to prevent climate change, she needs to start with the woman in the mirror. Which she sees daily. As the saying goes: Be what you yell from atop a soapbox. Or something like that.
So maybe less virtue signaling, more opening her mansion to more than just her family (and likely) staff. That's quite a carbon footprint to have when you're demanding something should be done for the environment.