Pamela Anderson and PETA to distribute 10,000 ‘Methane Offset’ climate crisis kits to cities – Totally Vegan Buzz
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“We have to take personal responsibility to try to save the Earth and future generations, and going vegan is a great step in that direction.”

Former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson is supporting the donation of 10,000 Methane Offset Starter Kits to cities where climate change–fueled wildfires are blazing.

The celeb has partnered with vegan charity PETA for the drive after the United Nations (UN) climate panel warned that widespread reductions in greenhouse-gas emissions are essential to avert a “code red for humanity.” 

The ‘lifesaving’ starter kits contain a block of tofu, seeds to grow soybeans (100 calories of which have 13 grams more protein than 100 calories of beef), nondairy creamer, dark chocolate, vegan jerky, and recipes.

According to PETA, the kit will help anyone wanting to start out on ‘the road to environmentally positive living and healthy, humane eating’.

Climate change impact

Human-induced climate change has impacted nearly every global region. This summer alone, blistering heat waves have killed hundreds of people in the US and Canada, floods have ravaged Germany and China, and wildfires have raged out of control in Siberia, Turkey and Greece.

 In the US, Arizona is the third-fastest warming state in the country, and hotter weather is expected to shrink the city’s supply of groundwater even further.

‘Going vegan is a great step’

According to the UN, a global shift to vegan eating is required to combat the worst effects of climate change since animal-based agriculture is considered a leading cause of greenhouse gas emissions.

PETA will send the kits to cities across British Columbia, where over 250 climate change–fueled wildfires are currently blazing, and to cities in the US, where fires have razed entire townships, caused massive evacuations, and destroyed millions upon millions of wild animals’ homes.

“Farmers must move away from animal agriculture, and governments must act—but until they do, we have to take personal responsibility to try to save the Earth and future generations, and going vegan is a great step in that direction,” Anderson, who went vegan years ago, said in a statement.

 “PETA’s kit is a powerful lifesaver for humans, other animals, and this planet.”

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