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As Kavanaugh Hearings Begin, Audubon Asks Senators to Protect Judicial Principles

As Kavanaugh Hearings Begin, Audubon Asks Senators to Protect Judicial Principles

— “More than one million members are watching,” and seek respect for science and precedent in next SCOTUS justice
Kristal Stoner Named Executive Director of Audubon Nebraska

Kristal Stoner Named Executive Director of Audubon Nebraska

— Stoner joins Audubon from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
Audubon: Administration’s Power Plan Wastes Time We Don’t Have

Audubon: Administration’s Power Plan Wastes Time We Don’t Have

— Instead of accelerating the transition to a clean energy future, President Trump’s plan mires our economy in an unsustainable status quo
Audubon Opposes Repeal of Clean Water Rule

Audubon Opposes Repeal of Clean Water Rule

— Argues the Rule Protects Drinking Water, Outdoor Economy, Birds and Other Wildlife
Once Again Auduboners Speak Up to Save Sage-Grouse

Once Again Auduboners Speak Up to Save Sage-Grouse

— Audubon members and supporters submitted more than 15 thousand comments to the Bureau of Land Management in support of science-based conservation plans.
Trump Administration Plan to Reverse Progress on Car Fuel Standards “Reckless,” says Audubon

Trump Administration Plan to Reverse Progress on Car Fuel Standards “Reckless,” says Audubon

— Transportation is now the greatest source of carbon pollution; rolling back fuel efficiency standards undermines one of the most effective federal policies aimed at reducing carbon emissions in the U.S.
Audubon Thanks Senators Cantwell and Murray for Sponsoring Roadless Rule Conservation Legislation

Audubon Thanks Senators Cantwell and Murray for Sponsoring Roadless Rule Conservation Legislation

— Bill would protect vital bird habitat in Alaska’s Tongass National Forest
Audubon Welcomes Senate Passage of Bird-Free Defense Authorization Bill

Audubon Welcomes Senate Passage of Bird-Free Defense Authorization Bill

— Now that the House and Senate have voted on legislation free of harmful riders that would have undermined the Endangered Species Act, the bill heads to the White House for signature.
Audubon: The Sage-Grouse Is Not a Threat to America’s Military

Audubon: The Sage-Grouse Is Not a Threat to America’s Military

— The Greater Sage-Grouse dodges another bullet after Congress comes to its senses and removes harmful environmental riders from the National Defense Authorization Act.
Audubon Arizona Partners with Three Breweries to Release First Co-Branded Beer

Audubon Arizona Partners with Three Breweries to Release First Co-Branded Beer

— The Rain Crow IPA celebrates the Colorado River and the need to protect it for people, birds, and beer