What Mass Audubon Is Doing to Address Climate Change

Solar array at Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary

Mass Audubon is leading by example and integrating climate change into our mission through conservation, education, and advocacy.

Conservation & Science

Conservation & Science

Researcher © Janice Corkin Rudolph
© Janice Corkin Rudolph

Mass Audubon's conservation and science teams are not only working to protect our natural resources for the present, they’re also working to protect our natural resources as they respond to a changing climate in the future. Learn More >

Education

Education

Field school class © NECWA
© New England Coastal Wildlife Alliance

Climate change is fundamental to environmental education and civic engagement. We’re working to integrate it naturally into our programming for all ages. Learn More >

Local, State, & National Policy

Local, State, & National Policy

Mass Audubon supports legislation that reduces greenhouse gas emissions to lessen the impacts of climate change, and provides support for communities preparing to adapt to inevitable challenges. Learn More >

Leading By Example

Leading By Example

Solar meter at Drumlin sheep and goat barn

At Mass Audubon, we’re taking steps to reduce our carbon footprint, and we hope to inspire our members and visitors to do the same. We want to do our part to reduce our carbon emissions from fossil fuel consumption in order to help prevent the worst effects of climate change. Learn More >