| July 21, 2015 | Leave a Comment

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The Center for Biological Diversity is asking, “What does a #CrowdedPlanet look like to you?”

More than 7.2 billion people live on the planet today. As that number grows, at a rate of 227,000 people every day, animals from bees to black bears are feeling the crunch. Everywhere we live – from megacities to sprawling suburbs to rural communities – wildlife struggles to survive amidst our ever-expanding demands for space, food and resources. We want to see what sharing a crowded planet with wildlife looks like in your neighborhood.

Join the #CrowdedPlanet campaign to help us show why it’s critical to address population growth for the planet and the wildlife we share it with. Here’s how:

  1. Snap a photo.
  2. Use the #CrowdedPlanet hashtag.
  3. Post and share on your favorite social media site.

Don’t use social media? No worries. You can email your best shots to crowdedplanet@biologicaldiversity.org.

Learn more here.

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