This article was published on: 12/5/18 2:08 PM
Alone in nature? No way! We’re sharing our planet with 8.7 million species. That’s 6.5 million species on land and 2.2 million in our oceans.
All of these species create the interconnected web of life upon which human life depends. But today, up to half of all species are threatened by climate change.
Rising sea levels and warmer oceans. Droughts, fires and floods. Our planet’s biodiversity is threatened by climate change caused by humans.
That’s why Earth Day Network is working to protect our species. And we need your help. Donate to protect our species and we’ll send you the gift of a limited edition sustainable T-shirt.
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Academics may debate if we are already facing a new mass extinction. But even if that is not the case, we know that thousands of species are endangered, and most land and sea creatures are at risk.