It's been a little while since we heard anything about Canadian environmentalist and CBC star David Suzuki. But he's back and he's accidentally let it slip that his lifestyle is way more carbon-intensive than he lets on.
Normally when we do hear from David Suzuki he's scolding the rest of us normal people about our wasteful lifestyles while jet-setting across the globe and living in four different houses, worth millions of dollars.
Hilariously, he co-owns one property on Nelson Island, with an oil company, Kootenay oil distributors.
And this week, Suzuki accidentally let it slip in an interview with the Guardian that he also owns a house in Port Douglas, Australia.
So we started researching that house.
I don't know the value of that Australian home yet, but here’s what’s certain:
It doesn't matter how big your home is, if you have to fly halfway around the world to get to it.
WATCH me calculate the carbon emissions Suzuki racks up on the average return trip.
David Suzuki got rich telling us the world was going to end because of global warming and our carbon emissions.
I might take him seriously when he starts living like the threat is real.