From Audubon Magazine

How to Build a Broader and More Equitable Climate Movement

How to Build a Broader and More Equitable Climate Movement

— When creating nationwide change, ensuring a "just transition" to a greener future must be a priority for all.
Give Your Home a Climate Overhaul

Give Your Home a Climate Overhaul

— 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

Four Tips for a Climate-Friendly Yard

— 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 Become Solar Contagious

How to Become Solar Contagious

— Spread climate solutions by taking visible actions in your community.
How to Find Your Climate Story

How to Find Your Climate Story

— We all have one, and identifying yours is the first step in becoming an advocate for climate action.
The Fight to Save Pine Island

The Fight to Save Pine Island

— 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.
This Is What Climate Solutions Look Like

This Is What Climate Solutions Look Like

— We dedicated our entire fall issue to tackling the challenge of climate change, because humanity has no other choice.
How State and Local Governments Are Leading the Way on Climate Policy

How State and Local Governments Are Leading the Way on Climate Policy

— With the federal government failing to act, many states and cities are taking it upon themselves to cut emissions and increase resiliency.
An Overheating Gulf of Maine Is Forcing Wildlife to Adapt—or Move

An Overheating Gulf of Maine Is Forcing Wildlife to Adapt—or Move

— Rapid warming in the Gulf of Maine is shifting the marine food web, putting already endangered Roseate Terns and their broods at even greater risk. Figuring out how to help these seabirds could point the way for safeguarding other species.
In Canada's Boreal Forest, a New National Park Faces the Wrongs of the Past—and Guards Our Climate Future

In Canada's Boreal Forest, a New National Park Faces the Wrongs of the Past—and Guards Our Climate Future

— 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.