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Australia Actress Pamela Anderson is the 'climate change hypocrite of the week'

00:00  29 november  2019
00:00  29 november  2019 Source:   skynews.com.au

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Sky News host Andrew Bolt says Hollywood actress Pamela Anderson has been crowned his " climate change hypocrite of the week ".

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Sky News host Andrew Bolt says Hollywood actress Pamela Anderson has been crowned his "climate change hypocrite of the week".

Sky News Digital Editor Jack Houghton said Ms Anderson was a 'Hollywood hypocrite' following the former Baywatch star lecturing Australians about climate change and their diets.

Ms Anderson, who arrived in Queensland to film motoring industry commercials, linked Australia's devastating bushfires to climate change and pressured the Palaszczuk Government to ban meat at official functions.

Mr Houghton said the former Baywatch actress has been travelling across the globe on "fuel-guzzling planes" without having "a care in the world".

"I find the whole thing extraordinary". 

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