Too Many Feet: Support the Center's Overpopulation Work
Everyone's talking about carbon footprints, but it's time to talk about too many feet. The Center for Biological Diversity is confronting the elephant in the environmental movement: human overpopulation. We're now at 6.8 billion people, and it's estimated we'll be at 9 billion by 2050 -- which doesn't leave much room for the birds, plants, fish, snails, bears, wolves, butterflies, and whales the Center's striving to protect. Would we want to live in a world with that many people? Can we avoid destroying the natural world through consumption reduction alone? The answers, unfortunately, are no and no.
Please make a generous gift today to support the Center's efforts to bring the overpopulation problem into the public eye and develop policy solutions to tackle its complexities. We've been ranked a four-star charity by Charity Navigator for the third year in a row and every tax-deductible dollar you give will be used efficiently and effectively to tackle the threats of overpopulation. Thank you.
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