Global warming: Poor old Paul McCartney has been duped - Paul Nuttall MEP (Video)
2009 12 05

From: youtube.com/europarl



Debate: Hearing on Global Warming and Food Policy : "Less Meat Less Heat" - Sir Paul McCARTNEY and Professor PACHAURI, Chairman of the IPCC

Speaker: Paul Nuttall MEP, UKIP, Europe of Freedom and Democracy group in the European Parliament.

Tofu eaters please don't gloat

From the europarl.europa.eu website:

Global warming: less meat = less heat

Everyone can fight climate change by not eating meat one day a week, urged Sir Paul McCartney at a European Parliament public hearing on "Global Warming and Food Policy: Less Meat = Less Heat" on Thursday. The panel of global warming and food policy experts, including Chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Dr Rajendra K. Pachauri, urged legislators to encourage people to do more individually to fight climate change.

Livestock account for 18% of total greenhouse gas emissions, which is double the share of transport, according to the 2006 UN Food and Agriculture Organisation report "Livestock's Long Shadow". Many speakers also highlighted the inefficiency of producing meat, rather than crops, to feed the world.

Read more at: europarl.europa.eu




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