65 million years ago, an asteroid killed 75% of life on Earth.
Today we’re facing another mass extinction — but this time, the asteroid is us.
Humanity has now destroyed two-thirds of the world’s rain forests, half the coral reefs, and 87% of all wetlands. Now a million species are howling on the sharp edge of extinction.
We couldn’t stop the last mass die-off, but we can stop this one. The next five months are critical.
Governments are busy negotiating a new global deal to save nature, with final talks at the end of August. It means we only have 150 days to ensure leaders follow the science and agree to protect half the planet.
Their decisions will be decisive for life on Earth, so we have to go all out.
If 10,000 of us make a small weekly donation, we can storm the talks, shaking the halls of power with the voices of Indigenous people, scientists, and millions of citizens. We’ll face down the polluters and poachers, pushing our leaders for a deal to truly end the extinction crisis.
I promise you this: we’ll fight with every fibre of our being.
Because Earth can’t wait anymore. For the bees, birds, bears, and every strand in the fragile web of life, join this deafening roar for the planet — donate what you can now: