One Cool Tweet: #BringNatureBack

It is World Wildlife Day tomorrow.  We could not think of a better way to get you into the spirit than this amazing animated video from Friends of the Earth.  Watch, listen and enjoy it.  We hope it will make all the #FriendsofthePlanet even more inspired and committed to conserving nature for all of us.  And if it moves you, share it with your friends on social media with the hashtags #30×30 #WorldWildlifeDay #NatureNow and #BringNatureBack.  Let’s let this message inspire others too!  On your mark, get set, go!  Please share!

H/t to Justin K for tweeting it out so we could see it

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