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Saving Life On Earth: A Discussion on Environmental Success Stories, Strategies

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Date and time:
Sept. 17, 2020 at 4 p.m. PT
Host:
Center for Biological Diversity

Amid the extinction crisis, climate emergency and a pandemic, we can all use some good news. It’s true. Despite all the bad news, we’re still scoring significant gains for wild plants and animals this year. We’ve defeated pipelines, won protections for endangered wildlife and even marked the end of a decades-long battle over a disastrous water-stealing project in the West. It doesn’t happen without energy, creativity, tenacity and, of course, you. So join us in celebrating these victories in the fight for a livable planet. The discussion will feature our Nevada director Patrick Donnelly and North Carolina attorney Perrin de Jong who will share some of their strategies for success. ----YOUR UNIQUE REGISTRATION LINK WILL BE EMAILED TO YOU FROM ZOOM. THIS WILL BE THE LINK YOU USE TO JOIN THE CALL. PLEASE LOOK FOR IT (POSSIBLY IN SPAM) AND KEEP IT FOR YOUR RECORDS.---- ----The Center for Biological Diversity fights to protect America's wildlife and wild lands. By joining this webinar, you agree to receive communications from us so we can work together to keep the wild alive.---- ----This webinar will be recorded and distributed to all webinar registrants after the webinar is over.-----

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