Kim Kardashian has now made it clear that she is passionate about the environment, despite earlier this year’s accusations that she was a climate criminal. In an interview with Interview magazine, the founder of SKIMS revealed her concerns about environmental activity. She claimed to have considered climate change and believed anything could be beneficial.
Kim continued that she also believes in being realistic, and she thinks sometimes there is so much to worry about on this earth, and it can be scary to live your life with stress.
Though the superstar Kim (and her family) have been the subject of environmental criticism, she reduces to addressing the controversy straight in the publication. She also did not say what actions she takes, if any, to decrease her carbon footprint.
Rather, Kim said she believes everyone should do what works for them in saving the environment and climate. She has super climate change-involved friends, and she loves learning from them. She does what she can, but you have to choose what works for you in your life, the mom-of-four Kim Kardashian explained.
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Recently, the last month, Kim and her sister Kourtney were accused of excessive water usage amidst California’s drought According to a Los Angeles Times report, Kim Kardashian was one of the 2,000 clients who received a notification from the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District. The famous faces mentioned in the report, including Sylvester Stallone, Dwayne Wade, and Kevin Hart, were claimed to exceed their monthly water budgets by at least 150%.
Due to her use of a private plane, Kim was singled out by the Yard marketing agency in July as the celebrity with the worst carbo. Kim was not even the list’s worst bed offender. Taylor Swift, whose private plane has made 170 journeys since the year’s beginning, ranked top (equalling 22,000 minutes in the air). Kylie Jenner, Kim’s younger sister, has also come under fire for using the air for lengthy periods.