Being a climate advocate means using the power of your voice.
In order to achieve carbon neutrality in Massachusetts by 2050, we need your support to enact urgent climate policy that reduces our excess greenhouse gas emissions.
Anyone can be a climate advocate! Here's how you can help.
Mass Audubon is seeking energetic and dedicated volunteers to join our dynamic Climate Champions team.
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. Learn More >
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 >
These conversations foster comfort and understanding of climate change and its local impacts, and equip participants with the skills and confidence they need to talk about climate change with others. Find an event
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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 […]