Bella Hadid has paid for 600 trees to be planted to compensate for the damage she's done to the planet with regular air travel.
Bella Hadid is donating 600 trees to be planted to offset her carbon footprint.
The 23-year-old model admitted it ''makes [her] sad'' that her job requires so much travel by plane so she wants to do what she can to help the planet.
She wrote on Instagram: ''Donating 600 trees to be planted , 20 for each flight I took these past 3 months and probably will continue for the rest of the year.
''It makes me sad how much my job effects my carbon footprint and of how brutally climate change is obviously effecting the world. Mother Nature needs some love.''
Bella's trees will be planted in her home state of California to make up for those lost in wildfires and asked fans for suggestions as to where else she should ''show some love''.
She continued: ''I'll be starting with my home in California (129 million trees need to be restored re: wildfires, 1.3 million acres burned) and of course the Amazon for the most recent wildfires, but please reach out and let me know which locations need to be shown some love as well , all regions welcome, Africa, Asia, North America, and Latin America.
''This is so exciting and interesting to me, that even though I'm not physically there, trees are being brought to life in the most incredible places that are in demand of them! it's the air we breathe, the water we drink, the biodiversity and animal life we need.''
The brunette beauty also suggested her fans could follow in her footsteps by donating trees.
She added: ''I know it's not much , but when I fly, I look out the window and see so many beautiful, extensive forests, so much land and trees but also so much that needs lots of help.. think about the animals too. anyways . once I get home I'm definitely planting my own tree outside. so inspired by my friends.
''ps I did some research and onetreeplanted.org is probably the easiest website I've found to donate to multiple regions at the same time, if you're interested:).(sic)''
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