Climate

Carbon Pricing Bill is a Bold Step Forward

Carbon Pricing Bill is a Bold Step Forward

— The Market Choice Act marks an important opportunity to advance the conversation on climate solutions.
How the U.S. Government Is Aggressively Censoring Climate Science

How the U.S. Government Is Aggressively Censoring Climate Science

— By keeping the public in the dark, federal agencies create an environment where inaction is justified.
What a Fateful Expedition to Alaska 100 Years Ago Can Teach Us Today

What a Fateful Expedition to Alaska 100 Years Ago Can Teach Us Today

— In his new book "Tip of the Iceberg," Mark Adams explores glaciers, climate change, and a defining moment for turn-of-the-century conservation.
How to Join Climate Watch, a Community Science Program from Audubon

How to Join Climate Watch, a Community Science Program from Audubon

— Explore how North American birds are responding to climate change by participating in Climate Watch. Here's how to get started.
This Little Warbler Could Lead to Big Discoveries About Migration

This Little Warbler Could Lead to Big Discoveries About Migration

— After bouncing back from near extinction, the Kirtland's Warbler is helping scientists understand the outsize role of winter habitat for migratory birds.
In Cape Town, a Dedicated Staff Gives African Penguins a Fighting Chance

In Cape Town, a Dedicated Staff Gives African Penguins a Fighting Chance

— Populations of these sleek, endangered seabirds have fallen by 98 percent, and they now face a new threat: climate change.
How New Technology Is Making Wind Farms Safer for Birds

How New Technology Is Making Wind Farms Safer for Birds

— Raptors and wind energy have a fraught history. Could these innovations allow them to co-exist? 
Climate Change Could Cause Shifts in Bird Ranges That Seem Unbelievable Today

Climate Change Could Cause Shifts in Bird Ranges That Seem Unbelievable Today

— Audubon's new National Parks climate study projects some surprising range expansions, but history shows such changes are possible—and likely.
The Audubon and National Parks Study: Frequently Asked Questions

The Audubon and National Parks Study: Frequently Asked Questions

— Everything you need to know about our findings, their implications, and how to interpret the data for the birds and parks you care about.
West Coast Marshes Are Drowning, But There’s Still Time to Save Their Birds

West Coast Marshes Are Drowning, But There’s Still Time to Save Their Birds

— In the next 100 years, sea level rise will overtake Pacific coast marshes. Here's how conservationists plan to keep endangered marsh birds afloat.