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Audubon Elevates Chad Wilsey As Organization’s Next Chief Scientist

Audubon Elevates Chad Wilsey As Organization’s Next Chief Scientist

— Expert on North American birds and climate change tapped to lead Audubon researchers in providing science-based foundation for conservation and policy agendas.
Audubon Climate Report Recognized As ‘World Changing’ by Fast Company

Audubon Climate Report Recognized As ‘World Changing’ by Fast Company

— Groundbreaking climate personalization tool and cutting-edge data science earn Audubon and Domino Data Lab finalist award in AI and Data category.
Climate Change Is Pushing Bird Boundaries, Community Scientists Confirm

Climate Change Is Pushing Bird Boundaries, Community Scientists Confirm

— In the first peer-reviewed study of its kind, participants in Audubon’s Climate Watch program helped determine the ongoing impact of climate change to bluebirds and nuthatches.
The 50th Anniversary of Earth Day Is a Time for Reflection and Action

The 50th Anniversary of Earth Day Is a Time for Reflection and Action

— Even in the face of enormous challenges, we can do great things to secure a better future for birds and people.
New Orleans Approves Net-Zero Carbon Standard by 2040

New Orleans Approves Net-Zero Carbon Standard by 2040

— Historic measure commits New Orleans to a zero-carbon energy portfolio by 2050, phasing out fossil fuels.
Audubon Hires New Action Fund Leader and Expands Climate Team

Audubon Hires New Action Fund Leader and Expands Climate Team

— Investment signals continued commitment to bipartisan advocacy for birds and people.
Virginia Governor Signs the First Statewide Clean Energy Standard in the Southeast

Virginia Governor Signs the First Statewide Clean Energy Standard in the Southeast

— Gov. Ralph Northam gives the birds and people of Virginia hope for a clean energy future with the Virginia Clean Economy Act.
New Leadership at Audubon Washington and Audubon Great Lakes

New Leadership at Audubon Washington and Audubon Great Lakes

— Deborah Jensen and Michelle Parker join team of state leaders
Public Comment Period on Gutting of 100-Year-Old Bird Protection Law Ends

Public Comment Period on Gutting of 100-Year-Old Bird Protection Law Ends

— Despite national emergency, the Administration is ignoring requests to extend public comment deadlines.
Washington Legislature Ends with Mixed Climate Victories and More Work Ahead for Comprehensive Climate Action

Washington Legislature Ends with Mixed Climate Victories and More Work Ahead for Comprehensive Climate Action

— Policy discussions on a clean fuels standard, carbon pricing, and other economy-wide approaches to carbon reduction lays groundwork for substantive climate action in 2021.