By Susan Schneider –
Climate change threatens birds as well as people and other living things, of course, and National Audubon has recognized this for some time. As a long-time climate activist, I was delighted when its fall 2019 magazine was entirely devoted to climate change and climate action. The climate action webpage that was posted at the same time – based in part on the special issue – won a national magazine award in 2020, and it’s one of my standard go-tos for people looking for good online resources.
Features include how to start a climate conversation, low-carbon travel, climate- (and bird-) friendly yards, climate coping skills (important, because this can get overwhelming), the role of food, community activities, and more. Take a look, see what you can do to help address this huge challenge, and start the year off right!