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    Celebrities criticized for carbon dioxide emissions from private jets

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A marketing agency out of the UK analyzed private flight data for celebrities such as Taylor Swift, Kylie Jenner and Drake. NBC News’ Dr. Punete Dwivedi has joined forces with Joshua Johnson to break down the impact of climate on frequent use of private jets where they can emit nearly two metric tons of carbon dioxide in just one hour.



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