|Pamela Anderson said that, with the organically produced soy and other versatile nutriments produced in India, combined with the country's agricultural history and innovation, the environmentally damaging foods can be supplanted effortlessly / Photo by: Frederic Legrand - COMEO via Shutterstock|
Pamela Anderson is presently occupied with helping the world stay healthy, and saving the environment. Last month, the 52-year-old actress, model, and animal rights campaigner personally wrote a letter to Justin Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada.
In her letter, she asked the Canadian leader to serve nutritious vegan meals in his country's correctional facilities. Anderson also performed the same measure in the last week of November this year.
The "Baywatch" icon wrote another letter on behalf of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). She urged Narendra Modi, the prime minister of India, to lead the country's fight versus climate change through serving only scrumptious, completely plant-based food at all government functions and conferences.
The Ladysmith, British Columbia-born showbiz personality said that, with the organically produced soy and other versatile nutriments produced in India, combined with the country's agricultural history and innovation, the environmentally damaging foods can be supplanted effortlessly.
Anderson also lauded the cuisine of the South Asian nation, based on the report posted online by Khaleej Times, a daily English-language newspaper published in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
She remarked that she could recall the magnificent hue of saffron rice, and the enticing smell of veggie biryani. These foods of India are quite phenomenal and diverse, making the country the easiest location in the world to be vegan, the honorary PETA director affirmed.
Anderson expressed her worry about climate change in her letter as well. She explained that raising animals for dairy, eggs, and meat results in almost one-fifth of all human-induced greenhouse-gas emissions.
The former "Bigg Boss" reality TV show guest star pointed out that she is concerned about the people impacted by the serious air pollution plaguing New Delhi. Anderson also said that she feels anxious about the animals and the people who could not avail of masks or remain indoors.
Calling on the Indian head of state to adopt pro-vegan steps, she also asked him to follow similar strategies taken by other nations like Germany, New Zealand, and China.