COP28 Agreement Represents Progress for Biodiversity, But More Urgent Action is Needed
December 13, 2023 — The final agreement reached by negotiators at the COP28 summit in Dubai contained some historic language on fossil fuels and biodiversity, but ultimately represents the bare minimum of what must be done to address climate change.
To Protect Our Planet, COP Needs to Recognize the Intersection of Climate Impacts and Biodiversity Loss
December 04, 2023 — The climate and biodiversity crises cannot be addressed separately.
U.S. Unveils New Rules to Cut Methane Emissions at Global Climate Conference
December 01, 2023 — New federal standards will significantly reduce emissions and ensure a healthier future for birds and people.
Audubon Urges Advancement of a Proposed Rule to Strengthen Implementation of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act
December 01, 2023 — Audubon expresses disappointment in the rulemaking delay and commits to working with the Biden Administration to provide a win-win for birds and businesses.
Honoring Native American Policymakers Committed to Conservation
November 27, 2023 — As Native American Heritage Month comes to a close, we highlight the contributions of leaders who have made a difference for birds.
Audubon Florida's Julie Wraithmell Testifies before U.S. House on Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act Renewal
October 18, 2023 — On October 18, 2023, Audubon Florida VP/Executive Director Julie Wraithmell gave the following testimony before the U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources, Subcommittee on Water, Wildlife, and Fisheries.