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Wild Equity hit the jackpot when we connected with Nancy Morita and unearthed a trove of her beautiful-yet-heartbreaking Wild in the City posters. Almost impossible to find for years, now you can have one of your own: get your poster now before supplies run out!
The poster contrasts the San Francisco that was with the San Francisco we have today. It shows, more clearly than even Google Earth, all the landscapes we’ve altered by coloring only indigenous landscapes. Landscapes we’ve built out and open spaces we’ve reshaped to suit a euro-centric vision of what nature is supposed to be are given the same contrast, showing how completely we’ve reshaped this place on Earth.
The side-by-side comparision reminds us how little of this great City we’ve left for those that came before us, and if you are like us one look at this poster will make you stand with Wild Equity in its mission: to create a more just and fair world for all, including the plants and animals that accompany us on Earth.
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