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114 Private Jets For MILLIONAIRE A-LISTERS To Talk 'Global Warming' With GOOGLE BILLIONAIRES.....

A-listers flock to Google summit in private jets, mega yachts to talk climate change

The world’s rich and famous have flocked to a posh Italian resort to talk about saving Mother Earth — but they sure are punishing her in the process. The billionaire creators of Google have invited a who’s who of A-list names— including former President Barack Obama, Prince Harry, Leonardo DiCaprio and Katy Perry — to the Sicilian seaside for a mega-party they’ve dubbed Google Camp. The three-day event will focus on fighting climate change — though it’s unknown how much time the attendees will spend discussing their own effect on the environment, such as the scores of private jets they arrived in and the mega yachts many have been staying on. “Everything is about global warming, that is the major topic this year,” a source told The Post. Their three-day summer camp will cost the tech giant some $20 million, sources said. Source

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