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Deninu Kųę́ First Nation Shares Results from 2021 Acoustic Bird Survey
December 15, 2022 — Press release from the Deninu Kųę́ First Nation
Bipartisan Water Resources Bill Modernized to Meet 21st Century Issues
December 15, 2022 — Audubon applauds funding for water infrastructure, climate resiliency, environmental justice.
This Year’s Bonanza of Boreal Birds Once Again Bears Out the Winter Finch Forecast
December 15, 2022 — As predicted, grosbeaks, crossbills, and other northern birds are on the move, visiting feeders and delighting birders. Prognosticator Tyler Hoar explains what goes into the annual projection.
The Weedkiller Dicamba Is Poisoning Wildlife Habitat. Will the EPA Finally Act?
December 15, 2022 — Blamed for destroying crops and fraying community ties, the widely used herbicide also poses a threat to the plants birds need, experts say.
At Last, a Real Possibility to Avoid Catastrophic Climate Change
December 15, 2022 — After decades of minimal action, Congress passed the largest and most comprehensive piece of climate legislation in U.S. history. Will we make the most of this opportunity?
Climate Advocates Want to See a More Just Transition Away from Fossil Fuels
December 15, 2022 — While the Inflation Reduction Act promises to inject billions of dollars into frontline communities, environmental justice leaders are concerned about the bill’s support for pollution-producing energy sources.
Clean Energy Isn’t Enough to Avoid the Worst Consequences of Climate Change
December 15, 2022 — Fortunately, the Inflation Reduction Act includes support in other key areas.
The Intimate Relationship Between Pinyon Jays and Piñon Pines Is Unraveling
December 15, 2022 — Drought, beetle infestations, and warming temperatures have pushed both species into a snowballing decline. Scientists are working to revive them.