Trails at many of our wildlife sanctuaries are now open; buildings & restrooms remain closed. Read More
Help fight climate change!
These changes are affecting our health, the nature we love, and the natural resources on which we depend. Despite these challenges, we currently have the capacity to protect the natural resources of Massachusetts for future generations of people and wildlife.
Climate change is the greatest crisis of our time, and we now regularly live with its effects. We must drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the next decade to avoid the most dangerous impacts.
That's why Mass Audubon has developed an ambitious new Climate Action Plan that builds on our existing climate action work. This plan provides a concrete road map to achieve Net Zero emissions by 2050 in Massachusetts while maintaining a livable landscape for people and wildlife.
The current and projected future impacts of climate change on nature in Massachusetts are very significant, requiring a thoughtful and comprehensive approach and a sustained effort. Mass Audubon is uniquely suited to demonstrate actions to adapt to climate change. Learn More >
We can see climate change’s impacts on the health of our world all around us, right here in Massachusetts. Our friends, families, and neighbors have to adapt (just like wildlife and plants) to new and heightened threats – and one of those is a threat to public health. Warm, Warmer, Too Hot Warming temperatures bring […]
As one of the world’s largest, natural carbon sinks (a sponge that sucks up rampant carbon dioxide emissions) the ocean is working incredibly hard to balance the impacts of climate change. Unfortunately, that means a lot is changing inside our waters: from warming temperatures to acidification, climate change’s effects on our ocean are impacting us, […]
Nothing says Massachusetts like the ocean. Beautiful coastlines, sparkling beaches, and local seafood are part of what makes our commonwealth special. The ocean provides humans and wildlife with so much that allows us to thrive. Now, the ocean needs our help. A giant, blue sponge The ocean is one of the world’s largest, natural carbon […]