We at the lower tier of the political world believe that the leaders who preach for better air and for cleaner environment are most likely walking against their talk. These people are mostly hypocrites who shout what they themselves cannot practice. But it’s better to be accurate in terms of how these political servants actually help the world become better and how they’re making it worse by not following what they’re supposed to do.
It should be easy to know where to start how to assess these people’s energy use by reading what the New York Times and The Economist are telling about world leaders such as China’s Xi Jinping, U.K.’s David Cameron and Germany’s Angela Merkel. But how accurate are these newspapers when you know they’re not to bother about such frivolous unnecessary details?
The Economist should be dealing with global affairs, not on what leader uses bike to work. That is why this infographic proves very useful to those people who want to study about political leaders’ actual environment footprint because it contains the specifics and accurate names of the cars the leaders use.
It’s a good thing to know that there is information out there that helps you tell the difference between a politician who works for you and that who offers themselves to the public with the heart of a Lannister. This infographic helps you figure out which of the people you put in office have the guts to preach about environment protection when they themselves buy cars so expensive and eco-unfriendly, it makes the Earth puke. Read the guide now.