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McCartney calls Trump’s resistance to climate change ‘madness’
    2017-November-8  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

保罗·麦卡尼抨击特朗普气候政策是“疯狂举动”

Paul McCartney has criticized President Trump’s attitude towards climate change, stating that some of his actions are “madness.”

He’s accused the U.S. leader of turning around “a lot of the advances that have been made” to help the environment.

The former Beatle is continuing his long running vegetarianism* campaign.

In June, President Trump announced he was pulling the United States out of the Paris Agreement to cut global emissions. He said one of the reasons was to seek a new deal that would not disadvantage U.S. businesses.

However, there have since been mixed messages from the U.S. government over whether it would actually stay in the agreement.

McCartney, who rarely gives interviews, was speaking exclusively to BBC’s Radio 1 Newsbeat about a new short film that looks at the impact animal agriculture has on the planet. He’s encouraging people to go meat-free for one day a week, arguing that reducing the need to eat meat would help the environment.

(SD-Agencies)

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