Paul McCartney narrates for short film on climate change

03 . Nov . 2017
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Celebrated artist Paul McCartney has narrated a new short film One Day a Week, about the impact of animal agriculture on climate change. French director Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s Hope Production and McCartney family’s Meat Free Monday campaign have collaborated for this venture.

This short film will have appearances from Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson and McCartney’s daughters Mary and Stella. It will also feature an unreleased McCartney song titled Botswana as well as selections from his 1997 classical album, Standing Stone.

McCartney talks about the amount of greenhouse gasses animal agriculture produces and the increasingly unsustainable amounts of water, land and energy it requires.