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In 2016, Audubon Minnesota supported legislation to encourage solar developers to grow native plants. Similar bills are progressing in states across the country.
In 2016, Audubon California led eight chapters to advocate for one of the first U.S. property taxes to fund climate adaptation.
In 2017, the Arkansas Public Service Commission made over 100 references to Audubon Arkansas’s arguments in favor of expanding renewable energy access in the state.
In 2016, Audubon Washington led 22 chapters to try and pass the first state-wide carbon tax in the country. The measure failed but the conversation continues.
By studying how the birds burn energy, the scientist hopes to better understand how animals can survive in a changing world.
State of Louisiana and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reduce permitting timeline by two years.