From Audubon Magazine

When We Need Them Most, Birds and Nature Are At Our Service

When We Need Them Most, Birds and Nature Are At Our Service

— The natural world holds tremendous value, in ways both expected and surprising—if only we let it.
Reimagining 200 of Audubon’s Birds

Reimagining 200 of Audubon’s Birds

— Artist Jenny Kendler creates a bird’s-eye view of climate change. In her artwork, the birds are watching us.
How to Be a Low-Carbon Traveler

How to Be a Low-Carbon Traveler

— Easy tips for getting from A to B without emitting so much C.
How to Help Green Your Town

How to Help Green Your Town

— 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

How to Hack Your Local Food System to Prevent Waste

— Farm-to-table is the buzzword, but too often farm-to-landfill is the reality.
How to Strategically Organize for a Cause

How to Strategically Organize for a Cause

— Mobilizing people isn't enough. You need the right network and a plan.
Why Towns Should Prepare for the Climate Displaced

Why Towns Should Prepare for the Climate Displaced

— Climate change is already causing people to relocate. As more hometowns become inhospitable, yours might be able to help.
Why You Should Support Green Infrastructure

Why You Should Support Green Infrastructure

— By working with nature, not against it, we can mitigate climate disasters while creating vital habitat.
Get to Know Your Public Utility Commission—and Pressure It

Get to Know Your Public Utility Commission—and Pressure It

— These are the gatekeepers to the grid reform we need.
How You Can Help Fix the Electric Grid

How You Can Help Fix the Electric Grid

— To make a real dent in climate change, we have to go big on renewables—but an outdated power grid is getting in our way.