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McCartney Says Going Vegetarian Has Greatest Impact For The Planet

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Jack over on the PETA blog scored an exclusive interview with music legend Paul McCartney. The focus, as expected, in on the vegetarian lifestyle — and Paul answers some additional questions on global warming and over-fishing. Here’s a brief highlight:

What do you think about the fact that most major environmental organizations and the most prominent environmental advocates are omitting vegetarianism from their list of the top ways to help curtail global warming?

I think it’s very surprising that most major environmental organisations are leaving the option of going vegetarian off their lists of top ways to curtail global warming. Of course there are many powerful businesses which would wish to resist this idea but it is becoming clearer that a simple change in peoples’ lifestyles could make a major difference to our environment. What is interesting is that nowadays it is so easy to become vegetarian and so many people are reducing meat in their diet. That is a simple but extremely effective step that many people could take to help the environment and improve their own health at the same time.

Check out the full interview here.

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