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Pamela Anderson To Work For The Earth And People In '07

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snipshot_9uga8vwufov.jpgFollowing in the footsteps of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, Pamela Anderson has written on her personal site, that her New Year’s resolution for 2007 is to get more involved in environmental and humanitarian issues. In other words, we can expect to see the blond bombshell grace these pages for more than just her famous work in animal rights.

Pamela wrote, “I have some decisions to make about my career – I have plenty of options but most importantly I really want to get more involved in environmental issues…and human issues around the world. The most fulfilling success I’ve had personally is the work I’ve done for PETA and for AIDS awareness..and helping to remove the stigma associated with AIDS and Hep C.

We’re all human – we all make mistakes – we all get sick sometimes – we need to support each other – be conscious of our choices – take advantage of our right to vote – and teach our kids to care about animals, the environment and other people around the world. We are blessed!”

She’s inspiring to say the least, and it seems as if every new week brings another effort on her part to right some wrong. We’ll be watching her work closely and lending her causes the spotlight whenever applicable. Good luck, Pam!

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