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Taylor Swift’s private jet has the highest CO2 emissions among celebs: Study – Billboard

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Taylor Swift tops the list of celebrities whose private jets produced the most carbon dioxide so far this year, according to a new study.

UK based sustainability marketing firm Yard shared a report on Friday (July 29), revealing that the pop superstar’s jet flew 170 times between January 1 and July 19, remaining in the air for a total of about 16 days. The study noted that the aircraft’s total flight emissions were 8,293.54 tonnes of carbon, which is 1,184.8 times the total annual emissions of the average person.

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“Taylor’s jet is regularly loaned out to other individuals,” a Swift spokesperson told Rolling stone, “It is clearly wrong to attribute most or all of these visits to him.”

For the study, Yard used data from the Twitter account @CelebJets, which tracks private jet travel from celebrities. The data was compiled from early 2022 and included the number of flights each star took, average flight time, miles, and total CO2 emissions.

Other musicians on the top 10 list included Jay-Z (number 3), Blake Shelton (number 5) and Travis Scott (number 10).

Earlier this month, Drake took some heat after @CelebJets reported he flew from Hamilton, Ontario to Toronto on a private jet only 14 minutes away. The rapper brushed off the controversy by commenting on the Instagram page of @RealTorontoNewz, which picked up on the story.

“It’s just taking the planes that are being stored at any airports that are interested in logistics,” Drizzy wrote in the comments section.

Drake and Swift weren’t the only celebrities being called out of late for their private jet use. Kylie Jenner was too Dubbed a “climate offender” For your private flight from Camarillo, Calif. to Van Nuys.



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Reference from www.billboard.com

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