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Fight Climate Change

Why Fighting Climate Change Matters

The world desperately needs immediate, decisive action to respond to the climate crisis. Climate change threatens every aspect of Mass Audubon’s mission: the wildlife we protect, the land we steward, the biodiversity we treasure, and the communities we serve.

What We're Doing to Fight Climate Change

As the state’s largest conservation organization—one that engages hundreds of thousands of residents and visitors annually—we have an opportunity, and an obligation, to harness these voices to advocate passionately on behalf of nature.

Electric vehicle (EV) charging station at a Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuary

Leading By Example

Mass Audubon has reduced its annual carbon footprint by almost 50% since 2003 and we're sharing what we've learned.

2019 Youth Climate Strike in front of MA State House

Climate Champions

Join a grassroots network of like-minded individuals who align with and advocate for Mass Audubon’s climate policy goals.

Students speaking at Arcadia's Youth Climate Summit © Phil Doyle

Youth Climate Leadership Program

A youth-led, action-oriented climate change program that builds climate literacy, meaningful and hopeful connections, and equitable community climate solutions.

Planned community designed with green, sustainable LID techniques

Climate Resilient Communities

Mass Audubon works with partners to develop resources and programs, which help communities make land use decisions that take into account nature-based climate solutions.

Sunrise over marsh © Mark Goulding
© Mark Goulding

Policy & Advocacy Priorities

Mass Audubon focuses on policy that bolsters the natural environment, benefitting people and wildlife.

Featured Stories

Our Impact

Thanks to our members, supporters, and partners, we're making incredible progress to adapting to and mitigating the effects of climate change.

  • 60

    Legislators lobbied by our Policy & Advocay team for nature-based climate solutions

  • 1,336

    Students around the state that participated in a Youth Climate Summit this year

  • 3,000

    Emails from Mass Audubon constituents to legislators or state officials demanding action on climate change


Take Action

We need your curiosity, commitment, and passion to ensure that our lands become more resilient, that more people than ever experience the magic of nature, and that we fight climate change—now and in the future.

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Make a lasting impact for people and wildlife.

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Help bring about nature-based climate solutions.

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