Meghan Markle Caught Flying On Private Jets While Pushing Climate Change

( Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, was caught flying on a private jet despite her advocacy for climate change activism, according to Fox News. Markle was reportedly captured boarding a private jet in Indianapolis ahead of a female empowerment event.

The event, which was recognized by the White House and the Clinton Global Initiative in 2015, focused on “disrupting the cycles of poverty for women and creating measurable, sustainable solutions that can be replicated across the country,” according to Fox.

Markle and her husband Prince Harry are reportedly climate change activists, committing their private organization, Archewell, to achieving net-zero emissions by 2030. Archewell issued a statement pledging their support during COP26 in November 2021, when global leaders met to discuss their alleged solutions for climate change.

The organization also claimed that every individual has the responsibility to reduce their carbon footprint, which can be done by altering one’s diet and mode of transportation.

Prince Harry has founded Travalyst, a nonprofit that reportedly researches ways to make travel more “sustainable.” He also founded Ethic, an investment platform for environmental causes.

The couple won the praise of a population control group, “Population Matters,” after pledging to only have two children to reduce their carbon footprint. Population Matters director Robin Maynard said in July 2019 that the decision to have fewer children is the “most effective eco-action you can take.”

The group claimed that those in the West are capable of making such decisions that others in the “developing world” cannot make.

President Biden recently faced immediate backlash after he promised climate “reparations” to third-world countries that have allegedly been impacted by the burning of fossil fuels, according to Fox News.

While meeting with world leaders at the COP 27 climate conference in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, the United Nations voted on a package that would compensate poorer countries who have been victims of “extreme weather worsened by rich countries’ carbon pollution.”