Many Bollywood and Hollywood stars who have become an Environmentalist have been quite vocal about the climatic change that is not only affecting the world but also the health of the many living organisms. Once Upon A Time In Hollywood star, Leonardo Di Caprio is an ardent environmental activist who has been keeping us posted with the constant change in the climate and what is happening around the world. In India, Dia Mirza who is also an activist has repeatedly raised her voice against Delhi Pollution that is hovering over us for a very long time. However, this time a Hollywood star is a pretty concern about India’s climatic change and she is Bigg Boss ex-contestant Pamela Anderson.
Recently, the Baywatch actress penned down a letter to PM Modi where she mentioned how scientists have declared climate change as an emergency and we need to deal with it immediately, claims Times Now. Her letter also mentioned about the water crisis where at least 21 cities in India will be approaching zero groundwater levels for next year and that 40% of Indians may not have water to drink by 2030.
Anderson also urges Modi to promote veganism through his government parties and asked to a ban on meat and dairy products. Her letter was quoted by the portal, saying, "In fact, meat and dairy companies are set to become the world's biggest polluters, and the United Nations warns that a global shift to vegan eating is necessary to combat climate change. It's not an option but a necessity."
For now, she wrote a letter to New Zealand, China and Germany who are already in the action and taking proper measures to protect the mother earth. The report also suggests that Pamela even penned down a letter to the Prime Minister of Canada too. After this letter, we wonder what action will Modi takes in this matter, especially the severe poor quality of air.
Image source: Instagram/ pamelaanderson / narendramodi
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