Center for Biological Diversity
Get Ready for a Wild School Year
With Campus Action Kits and Endangered Species Condoms

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Join your peers at universities and colleges across the country and sign up for our brand new Campus Action Kits -- a box full of resources and fun swag to help spread the word about how safe sex and smart food choices, like eating less meat, can help save the planet.

The Center for Biological Diversity is the only national environmental group dedicated to taking on human population growth, meat consumption and production, and their connection to the wildlife extinction crisis. By becoming a Team Wild volunteer, you can help make these often-ignored issues the center of attention, where they need to be.

You can also become a volunteer Endangered Species Condoms distributor. Each condom package is decorated with an endangered species and a catchy slogan like "Wrap with care ... save the polar bear."

Sign up now using the form below to add our Campus Action Kit and Endangered Species Condoms to your back-to-school list. The deadline to sign up is Monday, Aug. 31.

About the Campus Action Kit

The Center's groundbreaking Take Extinction Off Your Plate initiative encourages people to eat less meat as a critical part of reducing their environmental footprint. Through campaigns like Meatstinction and Extinction-free BBQ, the initiative has already reached more than a million people. The Campus Action Kit is the newest tool to help college students talk about how unsustainable overconsumption and population growth harm the environment, and how each of us can make Earth-friendly choices every day.

Due to the high volume of requests, we're not able to send condoms or Campus Action Kits to everyone who signs up. So the more you tell us about your ideas for cool events and opportunities to engage people in conversation about human population, overconsumption and endangered species, the easier it is for us to make sure the condoms and action kits are sent where they can have the greatest impact.


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