When we talk about saving the planet by raising taxes and eliminating the middle class, we often neglect to hear from the most important stakeholders, celebrities, politicians, and overhyped business figures. But one self-serving buffoon is finally committed to changing that by unveiling the Planetary Guardians.
Imagine ‘Captain Planet and the Planeteers’ if it consisted entirely of the Davos crowd and its only superpower was being invited to cocktail parties.
While in New York for the United Nations General Assembly, Virgin Group founder Richard Branson shared details of his next endeavor: combating climate change.
So how soon does climate change go bankrupt like Virgin Orbit or get sold to Universal like Virgin Records?
The billionaire British businessman announced Monday that his newest investment would be in his coalition, Planetary Guardians — composed of 14 world leaders who say they are taking a “whole planet” approach to “safeguard” Earth.
His new coalition includes a range of people, from actors, such as Robert Redford, to activists like Jane Goodall, to politicians, like former Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos, NBC reported.
Good thing, Robert Redford has decided to finally get involved in environmental causes.
His message to climate change deniers: It’s happening.
“It’s a fact of life,” Branson said in an interview with NBC News.
It’s a fact. Like Branson’s private plane and his private Caribbean island. Or all the private jets that fly into Sundance.
Unlike claims that the icebergs can be transformed through higher taxes, these are actual facts.
.You can listen to the words coming out of Branson’s drug hole or look at his actual lifestyle to see what he and the Planetary Guardians actually believe.