Webinar: "Endangered Animals and Border Walls"
May 13, 2021 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM PT
Hosted by National Lawyers Guild NYC Animal Rights Committee
In this webinar, scientists, lawyers and politicians will explore how border walls harm wildlife — particularly wildlife that is already losing habitat, trafficked and facing extinction. The webinar will feature the Center's Legal Director and General Counsel John Buse and Senior Conservation Advocate Michael Robinson, author of the book Predatory Bureaucracy.
The Center’s Endangered Species Condoms are a fun, unique way to get people talking about the link between human population growth and the extinction of rare species. With more than 7 billion people on the planet and counting, this is a conversation we need to have now.
Check out our Endangered Species Condoms Toolkit page for downloadable resources and valuable information to help you start talking about population, overconsumption and the extinction crisis. Then learn more about our Population and Sustainabily program.
Global Amphibian BioBlitz: Saving Amphibians Through Social Networking
Amphibians around the world are disappearing, and nearly a third are threatened with extinction. To better understand and conserve these animals, scientists need more information on their locations. And what better way to get the right info from around the globe than through people like you?
The Center has joined other conservation organizations to launch a web-based social networking effort dubbed the Global Amphibian BioBlitz. The BioBlitz website allows amateur naturalists from around the world to submit their amphibian photographs, along with dates and locations. The site's lofty aim? To take a census of the world's amphibians and discover which species are still here, and where — so we can make sure they stay here. With your help.
Help save frogs, toads and salamanders — and have fun at the same time — by submitting your observations to the Global Amphibian BioBlitz now. Then learn about the Center's own amphibian and reptile conservation campaign and get more about the BioBlitz from UC Berkeley.