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Audubon’s new study reveals the devastation global warming will likely bring down on birds―and identifies the habitat strongholds they’ll need to hang on.
Photographers capture a dozen scenes of a changing planet.
Beyond politics and paralysis lies a way forward—to action.
It’s time to be honest with ourselves: Our relationship with the atmosphere is a two-way street.
Growing demand for wood pellets abroad hurts bird habitat at home.
In warming oceans, seabirds’ food chains are headed straight to the bottom.
Audubon's chief scientist is plotting a future for birds. Here's how they could survive.
Computer models, while imperfect, may be the best shot we have for learning what climate change will bring.
These solutions could stem emissions from food, fuel, and beyond.
From Miami to Key West, climate change is now in southeastern Florida.
With our climate becoming ever more off-kilter, a naturalist takes stock of the ends of the earth.
Economic growth may be less of an enemy to climate action than we thought.
The U.S. could still make it to Kyoto—we're already partway there.
Solar and wind energy are already feasible options.
Artist Josh Brill takes a fresh look at a fading species.
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