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During the Celtics game on November 30, 15-year-old Mass Audubon Youth Climate Leader, Ollie Perrault, was given the Heroes Among Us Award. For 25 years, the Boston Celtics have recognized people across the Commonwealth who are making a difference in our communities. This year, Governor-elect Maura Healey presented Perrault as the recipient of this prestigious […]
Climate Champions is a Mass Audubon grassroots volunteer program to advocate for policies that advance nature-based climate solutions. With training from policy experts, Climate Champions advocate for local and state policies that help achieve the state’s goal to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 and reverse negative health impacts of climate change for Environmental Justice communities. […]
Wellfleet Bay’s sea turtle staff is used to getting phone calls or emails about sea turtles. As a member of the federal government’s stranding network for the Greater Atlantic Region, the sanctuary responds to sea turtles that strand year-round, whether the result of cold-stunning or injury, such as vessel strike. But on September 20th, the […]