8 Apr 2022YOUTUBE.com
In an interview with Insider News
I want to be super clear in my opinion Germany should not only not shut down the nuclear power plants it should reopen the ones that shutdown…It’s crazy to shutdown nuclear powerplants, especially in a place where there’s not natural disasters.
In a promotional video of ‘Surviving Paradise: A Family Tale’
The main thing I hope audiences take away and learn is how interconnected everything is. How the actions of one animal affects the other animals, how that affects the environment, how the environment then feeds back into those animals, how what we do affects the changing environment. There’s the whole section with the elephants and how they have a generational memory that they pass on, of the routes that they go to find water, of the routes that they take to avoid fires, of techniques that they take to avoid fires, and how they pass that down. And how all of that changes, depending on how we change their environment. And so, 80-year-old knowledge that’s five generations old in elephants that suddenly comes under threat because those pathways to waters don’t exist anymore because of what we’ve done. And it’s how nothing lives in isolation anymore. Everything that we do outside of the delta affects things in the delta. Everything that happens in the delta affects everything else in the delta. So, it’s just that everything’s connected and there’s nowhere to hide from that, really.
31 Jan 2020TWITTER.com
In a tweet
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In an interview with Elle
Nobody’s more powerful than nature. Nothing. And nature’s female. When she’s angry, don’t f**k with her. That’s the way that I feel women are like right now. The earth is angry. We’ve been treating it badly. We’ve been doing the same thing to the earth that we do to women. We just take and take and expect it to keep producing. And it’s exhausted. It can’t produce. We’re getting handed a piece-of-s**t planet, and I refuse to hand that down to my child. Until I feel like my kid would live on an earth with fish in the water, I’m not bringing in another person to deal with that.
At the United Nations headquarters
Some kind of change, some incremental change is going to have to go. How we develop and produce energy in this country at end of the world and how we use land how we approach deforestation. It’s not going to be eliminated but we’ve got to slow it down because if we don’t, there will be no turning back from that point.
3 Jun 2017INSTAGRAM.com
On her Instagram
Some friends and I managed to collect NINE bags of trash and a fricken tire in 40 minutes within a 400 foot zone on the beach. What are we doing people?? With so much talk about how our government is handling the future of a clean planet… I’d like to remind you that there are still small contributions YOU can make to be a leader of change. Call your senators, make your voice heard, but don’t stop there! Use the comments to share with us how you plan to help clean up our world. I’ll start: driving an electric car, starting a compost bin, diligently recycling, always choosing organic/local produce and avoiding plastic bottles. Your turn! We got this. And ps: our landscaping is all drought tolerant. I urge those in California to do they same!
17 May 2017INSTAGRAM.com
On his Instagram
I’ve spent a large part of my life in and around the ocean, it’s where a lot of my happiest memories came from. If I had anxieties or worries I’d head to the ocean and it was always the place where I could reset and be 100% present. My experience in the Maldives made it obvious how our short-term use of plastic has a long-term damaging effect on our oceans. I’m thrilled to be a part of this program, because I want to inspire people to find a solution and protect the world’s oceans so future generations can enjoy them like I do. #100Islandsprotected #Sponsored
4 Oct 2016PEOPLE.com
In a conversation with President Barack Obama and leading climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe at the South by South Lawn festival at the White House
I'm so very honored to be on stage with one of those leaders, a President who has done more to create solutions for the climate crisis than any other in history, President Barack Obama.
5 Jan 2015YOUTUBE.com
In a video on PETA's Youtube channel
Orcas at SeaWorld are trapped in cramped tanks. They are inbred, and the babies are torn away from their mothers. SeaWorld is a horrible place for orcas, who endure stress, boredom, and depression in captivity. In the wild, orcas live in large social groups, spending their lives with their families. They’re intelligent animals who are meant to swim up to 100 miles a day, but at SeaWorld, they’re confined to tanks.
29 Aug 2006UN.org
In a joint statement with Ronaldo supporting plans to build a cleaner, healthier, energy-efficient public transport system in South Africa in time for the 2010 World Cup
The FIFA World Cup is a stage for the skills and talents of the world’s finest footballers, and teams. But it is also a real opportunity to showcase the talents of engineers, designers, architects and city planners and their solutions for a cleaner, fairer, and ultimately more just planet.