Friday, April 30 2010
By fanclub Bipbop on Friday, April 30 2010, 06:46
Tuesday, December 29 2009
By fanclub Bipbop on Tuesday, December 29 2009, 06:36
The ex-Beatle Paul McCartney and the global climate expert Rajendra Pachauri were again on Thursday called on Europeans, just before the conference in Copenhagen, "a day without meat" in the fight against global warming, to the dismay breeders.
Thursday, November 12 2009
By fanclub Bipbop on Thursday, November 12 2009, 08:50
The European Parliament will host a major event on global warming and food policy December 3. The Chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Dr. Rajendra K. Pachauri, and environmentalist Sir Paul McCartney will press lawmakers and experts to focus on what individuals can do to fight against climate change, such as eating less meat.
Wednesday, January 23 2008
By fanclub Bipbop on Wednesday, January 23 2008, 04:15
Paul McCartney is interviewed by ITN News at Ten to draw attention to The United Nations Livestock's Long Shadow Report and how veganism can help to save the planet from catastrophe.
He's been veggie for 30 years but says that the fact that meat eating experts at The United Nations have now admitted cattle rearing is devastating the planet and more harmful to the planet than the effects of all cars and planes, many more ordinary people should sit up and listen.
Sir Paul credits Linda McCartney with turning the family vegetarian but apparently she said it was his decision, Sir Paul said Linda said "it was you that said it you know!"
Sir Paul sidestepped talking about his second wife's long term vegetarianism but she is now vegan and campaigning with UK vegetarian charity Viva!
He admit's despite all the clear evidence that a veggie lifestyle is better for the planet and better for health, people are unlikely to change overnight.
The repercussions if we don't change will be catastrophic for the planet, no habitable land , no water, no clean air - what sort of legacy is that to leave our children.
See the whole Paul McCartney interview on ITN News at 10
Friday, November 2 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Friday, November 2 2007, 04:09
A vegetarian lifestyle will help with the global warming problem, according to Paul McCartney, who says that “Livestock farming is one of the biggest destroyers of the planet … When you see the Amazon being cut down for hamburger cattle, that’s pretty obvious.” So he wants us to all go veggie, which I think is a great idea, although at the moment the thought of giving up chicken wings for good is enough to send me into a mini-panic attack. But I think he’s right, and if we could all put aside our meat cravings, our planet would be healthier.
Paul McCartney has been using his star-power to better the earth for some time now, and I think that he’s done a lot of good.
Found on http://google-sina.com
Friday, July 27 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Friday, July 27 2007, 17:22
Wednesday, July 18 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Wednesday, July 18 2007, 14:54
McCartney has many times been
considered the most successful musical artist of all time. How come?
Over his career, he has sold over 100 million singles, 60 of his discs
have gone gold and his song “Yesterday” has been played over 7 millions
times on the radio. Not too shabby. To set his legacy a little stronger
into stone, here is the Paul McCartney Martini recipe.
1 oz gin
1 oz part white vermouth
1 oz lemon liqueur
1 dash angostura bitters
1.) Add a couple of ice cubes to a Swank Martini glass
2.) Add gin, white vermouth and lemon liqueur to martini glass
4.) Top with angostura bitters
Swank Martini Affiliate Program
Thursday, July 12 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Thursday, July 12 2007, 22:32
London, July 11: Music legend Sir Paul McCartney has revealed that his late wife Linda told-off Prince Philip about his hypocrisy in heading the World Wildlife Fund while pursuing a passion for pheasant shooting.
Saturday, October 14 2006
By fanclub Bipbop on Saturday, October 14 2006, 11:47