Support Climate Education
How do we help people understand climate change? How do we inspire residents of our Commonwealth to scientifically understand the world around them and act to protect it?
Through community engagement and education.
Mass Audubon’s climate outreach and education engages people of all ages—ensuring that we help facilitate important conversations about science, climate change, and how we address real world impacts in our communities. We also focus on connecting with communities where they are, right at home, with an emphasis on equity and justice in our work and in the municipalities we serve.
Climate literacy empowers a new constituency of climate advocates with the understanding of climate change necessary for climate action. Here's how:
Mass Audubon’s year-long Youth Climate Leadership Program is a youth-led, action-oriented climate immersion initiative aimed at creating a pace for learning, conversation, networking, and youth-led climate solutions.
Over the course of the program, participating middle and high school students will collaborate with mentors to brainstorm and create climate action ideas. Participating youth will use these ideas to create and manage Climate Action Projects—tangible climate actions implemented in local schools and communities.
To address the climate crisis, we have to get comfortable talking about the climate crisis. The Climate Café model, used globally, is a forum for judgement-free, informal climate conversations in local communities. These conversations not only foster comfort and understanding of climate change and its local impacts, but also equip participants with the skills and confidence they need to talk about climate change with the people they care about and ultimately act in their communities.
Attend one of Mass Audubon's public programs to learn more about climate change and climate action in your community and around the state.
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