Attract a crowd by setting up a table with condoms and informational flyers like this one at the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, hosted by the University of Oregon. Be prepared to chat with people — they'll want to know what you're doing with a table full of condoms.
Get your friends together and dress up like endangered species for a night on the town talking about population. The wildlife costumes will help get people paying attention to your message.
One of the Center's awesome volunteers, Patty Brown, took it to the streets in a condom costume here at the University of Oregon. What a way to get folks' attention.
Be creative: Make your own sign with your favorite animal and slogan to bring with you as you spread the word about population and wildlife issues.
These UC Santa Cruz students living in an alternative trailer park community learned about population and wildlife issues through our Endangered Species Condoms handed out by a fellow student and neighbor. Photo by Bianca Edwards, UC Santa Cruz Trailer Park Community.
This young woman learned about population, wildlife and Endangered Species Condoms while enjoying the fine fare at the Star Seeds Café in Austin, Texas.
A group of Nelson Environmental Institute grad students from the University of Wisconsin gathered to pose with our condoms after a talk on climate disruption caused by our population’s growing energy demands, given by Wisconsin Secretary of State Doug La Follette at University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Interested in bringing Endangered Species Condoms on your travels or to your community? Connect with us to help spread the word.Our condoms have indeed traveled far and wide — even to Antarctica.
Got pictures, videos or funny stories from your Endangered Species Condoms giveaway? Send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or share them on your social networks with the hashtag #CrowdedPlanet to get even more people in on the conversation.
Banner photo: Purdue University's 2013 Earth Day event, featuring Endangeres Species Condoms. By Wesley Homoya.