Plushie protest - online day of action!
Australia has incredible birds and wildlife, but we have one of the worst extinction records on Earth.
Right now, we have an opportunity to strengthen our nature laws, so they actually protect nature and wildlife. Our national environment law is under review – something that only happens once a decade. But we need to keep extinction on the agenda.
While coronavirus means we can’t come together physically to protest, we can still make extinction visible through creative, collaborative action.
On Thursday 1st October thousands of Australian animal plush toys will step in for their human friends and stage “plushie protests” right across the country.
With your help, our plushies will take to social media to make the extinction crisis visible and demand stronger laws that actually protect nature and wildlife – before it’s gone.
Take part in just two easy steps!
Step one: set up your plushie protest.
Step two: post it to social media on Thursday 1st October.
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