Find out how climate change is affecting the ability to grow and produce some of our favorite food, from avocados to apples, and even chocolate.
Learn how trees store excess carbon from the atmosphere and release oxygen. And find out how we can plant more trees while slowing deforestation to help address climate change.
Read about the Xerces Society, and the work they (and you can) do helping protect pollinators and other insects that form the basis of our food chain.
Learn about measuring air pollution, particularly soot pollution, in the United States spanning decades using bird specimens in museums.
Read about the findings from Audubon’s 116th annual Christmas Bird Count, which documents what’s happening to the birds as a result of climate change.
Find out how climate change will impact America’s inland fish and fishing industry, from fish abundance to health and reproduction
Learn how the the Monarch Joint Venture is coordinating an all hands on deck effort to replenish Monarch butterfly habitats all along their migration route.
Learn about the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, a wilderness battleground on climate change, where a lot of mamas–mama animals, that is–are under siege.
Learn why the monarch butterfly is threatened and find out how you can help save this magical creature from extinction.
Learn why Native American tribes in Oklahoma have formed a coalition to help restore monarch butterfly habitat on tribal lands.
Find out how, like most birds, hummingbirds are feeling the effects of climate disruption.
Learn how climate change is affecting birds, and how those changes may signal the future for human beings.