The rapid growth of our human population is pushing other species off the planet in what most scientists are calling the sixth mass extinction crisis. Yet this population explosion is too often ignored by the public, the media and even the environmental movement, while it continues to drive all the major environmental problems that plague our planet — including climate change, habitat loss, ocean acidification and resource depletion.The art is pretty great and we've got a boxful to give away. Want a pack? Send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject line "Endangered Species Condoms." I'll hand 'em out until they're gone. As they say: Wrap with care, save the polar bear.
That’s why the Center for Biological Diversity launched our Endangered Species Condoms project in 2009, and since then has distributed hundreds of thousands of free condoms across the United States. Wrapped in colorful, wildlife-themed packages (with artwork by Shawn DiCriscio), Endangered Species Condoms offer a fun, unique way to get people talking about the link between human population growth and the species extinction crisis.
What it is: You and your friends get the wigs that you’ve been hiding in your closets, like, forever. Get them out. Get your wig self out! Go to a venue in downtown Tucson. Post images of yourselves with the hashtag #tucsonwigout. Simple. Fun. Find your flamboyant self! It’s Friday, wear your wig to work! Take pics!Express yourself all day long this Friday, July 22, yes (even at work) and enjoy the eccentric hair you wish you had everyday.
Led by certified yoga instructor and massage therapist, Vivianne Uyeda, this series explores moderate hatha yoga, with… More