Audubon Magazine

The Fire Starters

In the Southeast, the fates of longleaf pines and Red-cockaded Woodpeckers are inextricably tied. To save both, we must remember how to embrace controlled burns.

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To Protect Our Planet, COP Needs to Recognize the Intersection of Climate Impacts and Biodiversity Loss

The climate and biodiversity crises cannot be addressed separately.

U.S. Unveils New Rules to Cut Methane Emissions at Global Climate Conference

New federal standards will significantly reduce emissions and ensure a healthier future for birds and people.
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As Climate Impacts Loom, Audubon Calls for Rapid Expansion of Well-Sited Clean Energy Transmission

New report lays out the importance of building the clean energy grid to stabilize climate.