Look, their intentions were good. We can’t question that. When Paul McCartney, Natasha Bedingfield, Colbie Callait, and Sean Paul came together to record a big, gloopy tune called “Love Song To The Earth,” they were really hoping to convince some people that it’s a good idea to gut greenhouse gas emissions. When they filmed the video, wearing all-white outfits and emoting against natural backdrops, they had the same goal in mind. The video debuted during the recent Paris climate-change conference, in front of an audience that included U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and various world leaders. And those world leaders were probably uncomfortable! Because this video and song are very bad! They’re bad in only the way that truly well-intentioned things can be bad. They will make you feel embarrassed about the entire concept of environmentalism. You can watch the video at Rolling Stone, if you really want.