The new Bond film No Time to Die is finally being released at the end of the month. So who better to feature in this edition of green celebrities than Daniel Craig?
After playing a starring role as James Bond from 2005, the actor has become a multi-millionaire. However, in a recent interview, he announced his intention to give away much of his fortune to good causes. He’s in good company here, with the likes of Bill and Melinda Gates, Elton John, and Mark Zuckerberg pledging to do the same.
Daniel Craig is a passionate supporter of many worthwhile humanitarian causes and environmental campaigns. Here’s what makes him a green celebrity.
In this edition of Green Celebrities, of course, we had to feature an Olympian. Hannah Mills was Team GB’s first-ever female sailor to be a flag bearer at the opening ceremony. She won gold in Rio Olympics 2016 and silver at the London Olympics in 2012. And oh yes, she’s a bit of a green celebrity.
As well as being the multiple Grammy award-winning frontman of Coldplay. Chris Martin is a passionate advocate of sustainability and fair trade practices. From pausing a tour until he figured out how it could be more sustainable to campaigning for Fair Trade and raising money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Here is what makes Chris Martin a Green Celebrity.
Natalie Portman talks the talk and walks the walk as a green celebrity. She doesn’t just endorse a cause here and there because it sounds or looks good, she lives and breathes an eco-friendly lifestyle.