McCartney release short film on climate change
Paul McCartney and Meat Free Monday have released a new short film, to raise awareness about the devastating effects of animal agriculture on the planet, media reports said on Friday (Nov 3).
Paul McCartney narrates a new short film about the devastating impact of animal agriculture on climate change called 'One Day a Week'. The film is a collaboration between the McCartney family's Meat Free Monday campaign and French director Yann Arthus-Bertrand's Hope Production.
It arrives ahead of the United Nations' upcoming Climate Change Conference. The film also features Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson and McCartney’s daughters Mary and Stella.
You can also hear the unreleased McCartney song, 'Botswana,' as well as selections from his 1997 classical album, Standing Stone.