Climate change affects every country in the world, as well as lives. The truth is that stopping climate change is urgent and takes all of us to make a change. One of the things we can do is invest in sustainable solutions. And some of our favorite celebrities are leading the way with their innovative and forward-thinking ways of living a sustainable lifestyle.
We at Bright Side have collected this list of celebrities who are living a more eco-friendly life to inspire you to do the same and get you thinking about those easy changes you can make in your life to help the planet.
The successful singer converted her Brighton home into a solar-powered space, making it one of the most eco-friendly homes in the area. In refurbishments, she installed solar panels that will power the home.
2. Shailene Woodley
Shailene Woodley revealed that most of her clothes are from thrift stores, and she only buys used clothes. She said she is “going to do my responsibility and live in stride with nature instead of constantly fighting against her.” She also gathers her water from fresh springs when she has the opportunity. She co-founded the organization, All It Takes, and has received awards for her contribution to making a change.
3. Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore is not only an animal activist, but she supports eco-friendly beauty products as well. She created her own beauty line, Flower Beauty. Her products are made in the US to avoid the environmental impact of shipping, and they are all made of true and harmless ingredients. She also sells them at affordable prices, so anyone can afford to be sustainable, and only wears her own beauty line on red carpets!
4. Joaquin Phoenix
The actor lives a vegan lifestyle, meaning that he doesn’t use animals in any way. He has used his fame to push for vegan menus at award shows, like the Oscars and Golden Globes. When he won an Oscar for Best Actor for Joker, wearing a cruelty-free suit, he used the platform to make a passionate speech about the environment and how we treat animals.
5. Cate Blanchett
Cate Blanchett is an ambassador for the Australian Conservation Foundation to campaign for environmental justice and encourage people to share their concerns about climate change. She also helped the Sydney Theatre Company in her native Australia to install a solar-powered roof.
6. Leonardo DiCaprio
In 1998, a 24-year-old Leonardo DiCaprio set up his foundation to conserve the last wild places and implement solutions to mend our relationship with the natural world. Through this, he has funded many conservation projects and has even been appointed by the UN as a “messenger of peace” for speaking about the environment.