Press Room

Federal Conservation Plans for Greater Sage-Grouse Go Under Review

— The Bureau of Land Management has opened a process to review multi-state conservation plans.

Process to Reinstate Important Protection for Part of America’s Largest National Forest Begins

— The USDA has announced it will open a 60-day public comment period on its decision to reinstate the Roadless Rule on the Tongass.

'Build Back Better' Act Advances Through the U.S. House of Representatives

— The historic proposal would represent a significant opportunity to address climate risks to birds, people, and places we need.

EPA Restores Clean Water Act Protections for Important Wetlands along Mississippi River

— By blocking the destructive and ineffective Yazoo Pumps project, the EPA can protect bird habitat while also supporting alternative flood control measures for the region.

National Audubon Society Announces Dr. Elizabeth Gray as CEO

— Dr. Gray, a scientist and ornithologist will be the first woman to hold the CEO title in the organization’s 116 year history.

LevelTen Energy, The Nature Conservancy, and The National Audubon Society Advocate for a Sustainable and Equitable Energy Transition with Launch of New Impact Principles

— New jointly-written white paper provides principles and framework for buying and developing renewable energy projects with positive impacts on local communities, conservation efforts, and the climate.
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Landmark Legislation Sets a Framework for a Cleaner Future for People and Birds

— While some priorities remain to be addressed, the infrastructure and reconciliation bills together represent the nation’s largest investment in addressing the causes and impacts of climate change.

Heeding the Call of Young Climate Defenders and Indigenous Voices at the Glasgow Climate Conference

— While their words and works are vital to the conversation, they remind powerful leaders of the responsibility to deliver meaningful change.

Audubon Applauds Confirmation of Mike Connor to Lead Army Civil Works

— Former Audubon board member, Mike Connor, is a dedicated advocate for birds, people, and the places we need.

New Methane Emission Rules Will Help Create a Better Future for Birds and People

— Methane is a major contributor to climate change that threatens the survival of birds.