Climate Change: It’s in What You Eat
The food we eat, where it comes from, and what we do with it are important components of an individual’s carbon footprint. Learn more and pledge to reduce your food-related emissions today!
→ Filling our cities with buildings made from wood could have a significant climate impact.
→ How much is a whale worth? To combat climate change, millions.
→ Hawaii’s reefs threatened by marine heat wave.
A Regional Approach to Water Resource Improvements
Thanks to a new EPA grant, our Shaping the Future of Your Community program will help form a Technical Assistance Network supporting EPA’s Southeast New England Program for Coastal Watershed Restoration. This project is led by University of Southern Maine’s New England Environmental Finance Center.
Keeping Clean Water Decisions Local
Mass Audubon and our partners have opposed damaging changes to the Clean Water Act. The letter, organized by the Massachusetts Rivers Alliance, states our concerns that the federally-proposed changes would restrict the ability of states and tribes to manage their natural resources.