This is our 2nd “Saving Life on Earth” event. We must be engaged and educated to make sure we elect leaders who are committed to protect the environment, animals and humanity.
We are focused on elevating this issue and pressuring ALL candidates to take bold stances.
Share invite for NH Debate Watch Party, with The Center for Biological Diversity, Friday, February 7th, at 5:00 p.m. at Borderlands Brewing Co. They have assured us that we are the only group that night and will provide a large screen and speakers.
Learn how to:
-learn about The Center for Biological Diversity’s new campaign, “Saving Life On Earth”;
-interact will all political candidates;
-get political candidates committed to protect the environment and all inhabitants on earth;
-get political candidates on record promising to protect land, animals and humans;
-get involved locally and nationally;
-be a local leader and host your own events;
No electioneering/ hosts/ event venue are not endorsing any candidates.
See event also posted on social: https://www.facebook.com/events/169131194360697/
Scientists estimate that some 150 animals and plants go extinct every day. More than 1 million species are on track for extinction in the coming decades, according to the United Nations. Many once-common species are now rare. In North America alone, two-thirds of bird species are at risk of vanishing.
Each time a species goes extinct, the ecosystem it once inhabited unravels a bit more. The consequences are profound and far-reaching. The presence of wildlife enriches us all, and each extinction leaves the planet lonelier, grayer and less alive.
This is a crisis entirely of our own making. More than a century of habitat destruction, climate change, pollution, population growth and other human activities have pushed species to the point where the extinction rate today is 1,000 times greater than background rates established over millions of years.
Since we’ve created this unprecedented planet-wide crisis, we must take responsibility for solving it. A win for the wild is a win for all.
“Compassion, in which all ethics must take root, can only attain its full breadth and depth if it embraces all living creatures and does not limit itself to mankind.”
– Albert Schweitzer
Friday, February 7, 5:00 p.m.