Environmentalists Emma Watson Flowing in Chelsea, London On a private twin-turbine helicopter earlier this week.
The 31-year-old actress known for her active participation in environmental movements, especially in the fashion industry, raised eyebrows when she landed at the helipad after her flight.
Emma wrapped up a red quilted jacket, a black fleece zip and put a scarf around her neck.
Environmental warrior? Ecologist Emma Watson flew into Chelsea, London aboard a private twin-turbine helicopter earlier this week.
Emma teamed her casual look with a blue baseball cap, green track pants, and brown shoes.
The Harry Potter star left the plane with a friend while the team was unloading her luggage.
It is not clear where Emma traveled from or why she rode a private helicopter on top of a commercial airliner.
MailOnline contacted Emma’s representatives for comment.
Private Jet: The 31-year-old actress known for her active participation in environmental movements, particularly in the fashion industry, raised eyebrows when she landed.
Dressed casually: Emma is wrapped in a red quilted jacket, black wool zips and wears a scarf around her neck
Since finding fame in the JK Rowling franchise, Emma has continued to use her platform to promote sustainable fashion and eco-living.
The actress gave her name to a line of clothing for ethical brand People Tree and last year, she joined the board of Kering, the luxury brand group, as an advocate for sustainable fashion.
She also once wore a CO2-reducing dress made of recycled plastic bottles by Calvin Klein and a cruelty-free coat from Stella McCartney to the Met Gala.
Relax: she paired her casual look with a blue baseball cap, green sweatpants and brown shoes
Arriving in style: The Harry Potter star left the plane with her as the team unloaded her luggage
Overflight: It’s not clear where Emma has traveled from or why she’s boarding a private helicopter over a commercial airliner
Environmental protection: Since finding fame in the JK Rowling franchise, Emma has continued to use her platform to promote sustainable fashion and eco-living
However, in 2019, researchers named Emma a ‘super emitter’ of greenhouse gases.
Swedish academics analyzed the carbon footprints of ten famous people who travel the world.
The Beauty and the Beast star, the only Briton on the list, had the 10th worst environmental impact among the group of celebrities selected, based on their social media accounts.
Statement: The actress gave her name to a clothing line for ethical brand People Tree and last year, she joined the board of Kering, a luxury brand group.
Super emitter: In 2019, researchers named Emma a ‘super emitter’ of greenhouse gases
London Arrival: Emma is joined by two friends as she landed at the helipad
It flew 14 times in 2017 and traveled 42,253 miles, all on scheduled airlines, and spent 71 hours in the air, the researchers calculated.
Its carbon footprint from aviation alone was 15.1 tonnes of CO2 – three times the global average from all activities.
In her work as a spokesperson for the United Nations, Emma has called on everyone to help the world achieve the UN’s 17 global goals – which include ending extreme poverty, fighting inequality, and halting climate change.
Stepping outside: Emma carried a black suitcase as she got off the plane
Landing: Staff are seen unpacking their luggage upon arrival
Take a break: Emma has reportedly decided to back out of her photography commitments in recent months
Luggage: The star did not pack the light as a worker carried her five bags on a trolley
It comes on the heels of reports Emma has decided to step back from the limelight to spend time with rumored fiancé Leo Robinton.
A source told Mail On Sunday: “Emma has gone underground, and she’s settling down with Leo. They are lying low. Maybe you want a family.
In April, a publicist asserted that her career was “sleeping” and that she was “not taking on new commitments.”
Harry Potter star Emma Watson’s green mantra: From designing sustainable clothing to pledging to work only with green companies
In 2017, she enlisted the Eco-Age’s help on the Beauty and the Beast international press tour (pictured)
Emma Watson has been advocating for environmental issues since 2009, when she was 19, when she collaborated with ethical English fashion label People Tree – which focuses on low-impact clothing.
The collaboration was to produce fair trade apparel – with Watson’s own interest in sustainable fashion.
The clothes, co-designed by the Harry Potter star, are handcrafted by disadvantaged groups in third world countries and can be traced directly back to their sources.
In 2011, she collaborated with famed Italian designer Alberta Ferretti on a “green” capsule collection known as Pure Yarns.
The collection consists of five pieces, including two dresses, a shirt, a long skirt, and a pair of denim shorts, which feature organic fabrics and come in eco-friendly packaging.
In 2017, she asked for Eco-Age’s help on the Beauty and the Beast international press tour.
The idea for the campaign, dubbed The Press Tour, was to showcase the best of environmentally and socially conscious fashion – from the red carpet to the magazine pages.
She used the campaign’s Instagram page to create videos and posts highlighting how all the dresses on the tour are made and from what materials.
Last year, she joined the board of directors of French multinational Kering as an advocate for sustainable fashion.
She also vowed to only wear sustainable clothes while on the red carpet.
The 31-year-old actress, who is also a leading voice for feminism, has stated that she is only happy to work with brands as long as they are environmentally conscious.
Just this month it was announced that Watson has invested in an environmental start-up with Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter.
The couple aims to tackle the world’s plastic problem through the startup called FabricNano.
The London-based company is using cell-free biofabrication as a way to reduce the use of plastic and gasoline in products.