Advocacy at Audubon
Audubon Society of Rhode Island promotes public policies that protect birds, wildlife and natural resources. Audubon conducts grassroots and direct advocacy to ensure that state and local policies and initiatives protect habitats and natural resources. Audubon organizes people into campaigns and coalitions to build a strong and respected environmental movement in Rhode Island and to increase the environmental literacy of elected officials and policy makers.
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In this issue: PFAS movie: Dark Waters, climate change – National Wildlife Federation’s Unnatural Disasters story map, national issues: preparing for floods, action you can take this month and ideas from our readers.
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In this issue: Climate Change Resiliency Planning in Rhode Island, Issue of Local Concern: PFAS, National Issues:
Electric Cars, Action You Can Take This Month and Ideas From our Readers. To stay informed and take action with Audubon, sign up to recieve the Eagle Eye in your email inbox.
In this issue: National Issues: Decline in Birds and the Recovering America's Wildlife Act of 2019,Assessing Flood Risk, Climate Change: What's Rhode Island's Government doing?, Action You Can Take This Month and Ideas From Our Readers. To stay informed and take action with Audubon, sign up to recieve the Eagle Eye in your email inbox.
Audubon’s annual awards for Educator, Legislator and Volunteer of the Year were presented as well as the selection of officers and new members for the 2019-2020 Board of Directors and Council of Advisors. Ashley Householder, Associate Curator for Exhibitions at The Preservation Society of Newport County, gave a keynote speech on the current exhibit on display at Rosecliff: John James Audubon: Obsession Untamed.
Bring Nature to Your Classroom
Audubon educators provide high quality, hands-on science programming in classrooms, on our wildlife refuges and at our Nature Center and Aquarium in Bristol.
Download our Environmental Education Program Guide or register your class for a program today!