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WATCH: Paul McCartney Wants Meatless School Lunches

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Sir Paul McCartney is taking his message of Meatless Mondays to school.

The world’s most famous vegetarian rock star is advocating that schools in Britain offer vegetarian lunch options to students. According to McCartney, students welcome the proposed meatless option. “Younger people… (have said), ‘We really love this idea, because it gives us some way of helping to save our future, helping to save this planet and helping to avoid the catastrophes that climate change could cause’,” he said.

Sir Paul recently recorded a video on behalf of the charity he co-founded, Meatfree Mondays, encouraging schools to join the campaign whereby participants give up meat once a week. The video recently premiered at the Sunday Times Festival of Education in London.

via Vegetarian Star

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  • Sarah

    Great idea, paul. Please get rid of those subtitles, as the person writing them cannot understand or write English.

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