Gerlingen this Saturday, the Live Earth concerts held around the world. Superstars such as the red hot chili peppers, Madonna and Bon Jovi are accepted the invitation of former US presidential candidate Al Gore and engage with their appearance for a fight of against climate change. The international animal rights organization PETA joins the call for a mitigation of global warming, pointing out that not only superstars with your media appearances can make a difference. According to PETA, every person can make a significant contribution to the reduction of greenhouse gases by he opts for a vegetarian diet. Not only the Live Earth organizers call a green diet”as a way to combat global warming. So, together declared the U.N. in a report from the year 2006, the breeding of animals in food production causes more greenhouse gases than all the cars, trucks, planes and ships in the world.
This is confirmed by other studies. It is also more effective, purely vegetable to feed than to move to a climate-friendly car, such as a hybrid vehicle. Year after year is a meat-eaters for 1.5 tons more CO2 responsible as a person who eats pure herbal. Many of the stars, which occur at the Live Earth concerts have already grasped the connection between nutrition and climate change and give up meat! Also they do something good as well its health and the animals”, says Anja Hagel of PETA. So more vegetarian artists such as case are represented Earth concerts alongside the PETA supporters of Joss Stone, Eva by July or Razorlight out boy, AFI, and Bloc Party at the live on July 7.
The 7.7 2007 is a good occasion to worry about climate-damaging food and dining habits. The seriousness of global warming requires a complete rethink. By a switch to a vegetarian diet, the daily shopping is a major contribution to protecting the climate. For more information see PETA, has over 1.6 million supporters the world’s largest animal rights organization. Goal of the organization is educating the public and change the way of life to give each animal a better life by uncovering animal cruelty. Press contact: Jobst Eggert,