The famous actress, Natalie Portman, in an interview with “The Hollywood Reporter” she talked about sustainability and the steps she is taking for a greener future. ““We talk a lot about climate change in our home in terms of how we live, what we choose to do,” Portman said. “I have not bought or used any leather, fur or animal products in twenty years».

He revealed that “I buy vintage clothes, and only if absolutely necessary, and of course I repair anything that is worn out». In fact, she pointed out that she recently bought a vintage bag instead of “buying a new one” in an effort to live a more sustainable lifestyle.

It is worth noting that the famous Hollywood actress has been a vegetarian since the age of 9 and became a vegan a decade ago, in 2011, after reading Jonathan Safran Foer’s book, “Eating Animals,” as she told Us Weekly .

She also shared other eco-friendly choices she and her family make such as driving an “electric car” exclusively and “when we travel we choose places we can go by train.” However, if it is not possible “we stay long enough to justify the trip”, the actress said, noting at the same time that visiting a “Library gives us the joy of sharing”.