A great defender of the animal cause and very involved in ecological fights, Hugo Clément has nevertheless embarked on a project which is far from unanimous: the marketing of agendas in his image.
On the cover of the famous diary, the face of Hugo Clément in close-up, and a sentence that refers to the journalist’s ecological commitment: “There is urgency!”. An initiative that did not win the votes of Internet users, who notably reproach Hugo Clément for wasting paper for profit. “How many uprooted trees for an agenda that will end up in the trash in 2021”, protested a user.
How many uprooted trees to see Hugo Clément on a diary that will end up in the trash in June 2021? pic.twitter.com/WzHGBeEAiq
— Aитнσич Bαcσи (@anthonybacon) August 13, 2020
But what a jerk pic.twitter.com/Mv7hqX2nwk
— MEGACONNARD (@megaconnard) August 12, 2020
For several years, the journalist, author of the book “How I stopped eating animals”, has placed his fight against animal abuse and for the defense of the planet at the heart of his priorities.
Imagine to show that you are involved in the climate emergency, you have your face printed in close-up on thousands of paper diaries that will end up in the trash https://t.co/ZgRnS5a3uu
– Joulidays (@Joulmusique) August 13, 2020
Reviews that will not appear on the timeline of the journalist, who recently praised the merits of a new feature of Twitter, allowing to filter the responses to his tweets.
Twitter has a new feature that lets you choose who can reply to tweets!
Anonymous and hateful trolls will lose visibility … pic.twitter.com/ZfVOhDYRpz
– Hugo Clément (@hugoclement) August 12, 2020