Well again I'd agree up to a point. I'm certainly not in a big hurry to defend 'celebrity culture' But 'famous' people can draw attention to issues that us mere mortals, can bang on about for decades and be totally ignored, or sidelined as eco freak nut jobs (who haven't flown for years for all of above reasons) . These better known sorts certainly need to guard against hypocrisy though, as they draw an unequal amount of attention to themselves. And possibly inadvertently dilute the basic message of learning to live well, but within our means. Many people made massive efforts, and hum drum sacrifices to take part in the collective XR activities, and they barely get a foot note. Tbh I've even got a bit of a niggle with dear old St David of Attenborough. Who doubtless was well aware of the depredations of climate change, and ecosystem collapse, long before he embarked on 'Blue Planet' and his current more outspoken eco activism. He's had a pretty safe, and secure platform in the BBC for years now, but up until only very recently has mainly chosen to point the camera away from the reality of what is going on. So the majority were definitely entertained, but maybe not so much educated or informed. It feels that times are at last changing, and that finally this issue, has sifted its way to its rightful place at the top of the pile marked 'urgent action needed now' Whether we are in time to avert total disaster remains to be seen.