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How to Help Green Your Town
October 16, 2019 — From the workplace to city hall, here are some ways to make your community more climate-friendly.
How to Hack Your Local Food System to Prevent Waste
October 16, 2019 — Farm-to-table is the buzzword, but too often farm-to-landfill is the reality.
Why Towns Should Prepare for the Climate Displaced
October 16, 2019 — Climate change is already causing people to relocate. As more hometowns become inhospitable, yours might be able to help.
Get to Know Your Public Utility Commission—and Pressure It
October 16, 2019 — These are the gatekeepers to the grid reform we need.
Why You Should Support Green Infrastructure
October 16, 2019 — By working with nature, not against it, we can mitigate climate disasters while creating vital habitat.
Seek Influential Allies to Achieve Your Climate Goals
October 16, 2019 — To broaden your regional impact as a climate advocate, take a cue from these two cases.
How You Can Help Fix the Electric Grid
October 16, 2019 — To make a real dent in climate change, we have to go big on renewables—but an outdated power grid is getting in our way.
How to Lobby Your Legislators
October 16, 2019 — Remember: Your state representatives work for you.
How to Build a Broader and More Equitable Climate Movement
October 16, 2019 — When creating nationwide change, ensuring a "just transition" to a greener future must be a priority for all.
Give Your Home a Climate Overhaul
October 16, 2019 — Having a low-carbon house isn't just better for the world—it will also save you serious money.
Four Tips for a Climate-Friendly Yard
October 16, 2019 — America’s largest irrigated crop isn’t corn or soy—it’s grass. Lawns cover more area than Georgia, and their upkeep deepens the climate crisis.
How to Find Your Climate Story
October 16, 2019 — We all have one, and identifying yours is the first step in becoming an advocate for climate action.
Reverse Engineering the Climate Crisis Is Not Only Possible—It's Necessary
October 10, 2019 — We can't merely cut emissions to preserve a livable planet. We'll have to invent technologies to take back the carbon we've already released.
Explore Our Climate Change Cover
October 10, 2019 — Using a zoom tool, you can peruse the photos of Audubon members that make up this image of a Great Gray Owl.
The Fight to Save Pine Island
October 10, 2019 — As rising seas imperil its historic structures and famed waterfowl flocks, staff at the Audubon sanctuary are determined to defend the refuge by saving its wetlands.
Birds Are Telling Us It's Time to Take Action on Climate
October 10, 2019 — Global warming poses an existential threat to two-thirds of North American bird species—but there's still time to protect them. Audubon's new climate report says we have to act now.
Meet 8 Trailblazers Who Are Changing the Climate Conversation
October 10, 2019 — These leaders come from the grassroots and positions of power, from the left and the right, from arts and science, but they share one thing in common: the urgency of this moment.
In Canada’s Boreal Forest, a New National Park Faces the Wrongs of the Past—and Guards Our Climate Future
October 10, 2019 — Thaidene Nëné, declared this summer, is a milestone for an Indigenous-led conservation movement that can help keep carbon in the ground and protect crucial habitat as the planet warms.
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Five Climate-Threatened Birds and How You Can Help Them
October 10, 2019 — Audubon's newest climate report projects the future ranges for more than 604 North American species.
A Better Way to Decrease Disastrous Flooding on the Mississippi River
October 10, 2019 — Our attempts to wall in a surging Mississippi have failed up and down the river, leading to catastrophic flooding. Now momentum is building to work with nature, not against it.
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