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Paul McCartney Urges COP26 to Adopt Plant Based Treaty

“All over the world, scientists, authorities representatives, religion leaders, and now superstar voices are calling for a halt to the enlargement of animal agriculture and deforestation, a shift to a plant-based meals system, and reforestation and rewilding of land,” Anita Krajnc, Plant Based mostly Treaty International Marketing campaign Coordinator, defined in a press release. “More and more individuals are recognizing that meat, dairy and egg consumption are driving carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide emissions, the three main greenhouse gases – now we’d like COP26 delegates and different leaders to acknowledge it.”

McCartney has been a proponent for lowering the pressure on agricultural sources earlier than urging COP26 to undertake the Plant Based mostly Treaty — in 2009, alongside daughters Mary and Stella, Paul based the Meat Free Mondays initiative to “encourage folks to assist gradual local weather change, preserve treasured pure sources and enhance their well being by having not less than one plant-based day every week.”

The previous Beatle’s McCartney III Imagined topped the High Albums Chart in early August, and his just lately launched memoir Paul McCartney The Lyrics: 1956 to the Current debuted at No. 1 on Amazon’s best-selling rock books record.

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