Stars push climate deal with benefit song

Stars led by Paul McCartney have released a song to push for strong action on climate change, in the latest effort by artists after plans for global concerts fell through. “Love Song to the Earth,” unveiled on Wednesday, comes less than three months before highly anticipated UN-led talks open in Paris with the aim of reaching a long-term agreement to control rising temperatures and their destructive impact on the planet. English pop singer Natasha Bedingfield, who also participated, said that the message was for people to take care of the planet rather than turn a blind eye.

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