Travel the world with Alan Sugar’s green hypocrite
Fly around the world with the green hypocrite of Alan Sugar: Francesca Kennedy Wallbank, eco-responsible candidate, has covered 47,000 miles in three and a half years
- The Apprentice’s Francesca Kennedy-Wallbank has been in the jet set for three and a half years
- She racked up 47,000 miles, visiting at least 11 countries
- Owns a sustainability business but did not plant trees during his travels to offset carbon
- Said she donated to the climate crisis fund instead
She owns a sustainability business that takes pride in helping others become carbon neutral.
So you can hope that The Apprentice contestant Francesca Kennedy Wallbank planted enough trees to offset the huge carbon footprint generated by her adventures in the jet set.
Along with her sustainability company thecarbonfootprintco, Miss Kennedy Wallbank, of Surrey, has also founded a reusable water bottle business.
A map showing Francesca Kennedy Wallbank’s travel carbon footprint since 2018
Swimming shoot: his travels on Instagram
But the “green” 26-year-old is also said to have traveled more than 47,000 miles in the past three and a half years, visiting at least 11 countries.
Instagram posts show that from late 2018 to mid-2019, she visited Reykjavik in Iceland, Ljubljana in Slovenia, Crete and Gibraltar.
Later that year, she traveled through Australia and New Zealand with her twin sister Mariella.
Jet-setter: Miss Kennedy Wallbank has accumulated more than 47,000 air miles since 2018
In February 2020, she flew to Florida and worked aboard a Â£ 22million superyacht that sailed to the Bahamas.
Images suggest she returned to London before heading quickly to Barcelona, ââwhere she began a 21-day voyage to the Seychelles, docked in Dubai, quarantined and flew home.
His last trip abroad would have been a trip to Mallorca in September 2021.
According to the International Civil Aviation Organization’s carbon emissions calculator, Miss Kennedy Wallbank’s air travel emitted a total of 5.94 tonnes of CO2.
Miss Kennedy-Wallbank in September 2021 in Mallorca
A broadleaf tree in the UK will absorb around a tonne of carbon dioxide over its lifespan, which is around 100 years. This means that Miss Kennedy Wallbank would have to plant the equivalent of six trees to offset the CO2 emitted during her travels.
In total, she has visited over 38 countries, including volunteering in Sri Lanka and crossing the Atlantic with her family.
Miss Kennedy Wallbank said she did not plant any trees after her trips but donated to the climate crisis fund.
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She told the Daily Mail: âI took a sabbatical in 2019 before Covid-19 and worked overseas before starting my reusable water bottle business in September 2020. I’m planting trees for every bottle sold, making it a carbon neutral company.
âI also have a company specializing in carbon offsetting products and I offset my own personal footprint by donating to the climate crisis fund. “
Miss Kennedy Wallbank hopes to expand thecarbonfootprintco if she wins Lord Sugar’s Â£ 250,000 investment prize on The Apprentice from the BBC. The apprentice has been contacted for comment.
December 2019- Miss Kennedy-Wallbank in Australia