A new online portal was announced on April 20, to facilitate the process of applying to be Certified Climate Smart Community. Your browser does not support iFrames. Navigation menu. The second-most important action involves deeper, harder work: supporting a movement that is inclusive of all and representative of those without power.
Climate change is a crisis, but it can also be an opportunity to create a more just world. More than 4 million people are estimated to have participated in the protest worldwide.
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Then explore solutions to protect what you both care about. Explore how North American birds are responding to climate change by participating in Climate Watch. Here's how to get started.
The delay and reduced numbers of shearwaters arriving in southern Australia are likely tied to this year's mass die-offs in the Bering Sea. The hurricane's storm surge created optimal nesting habitat for Snowy Plovers and other beach birds, newly released data show.
The fierce bird, nicknamed "Ram," is recovering just fine. But the species is at future risk as climate change exacerbates western wildfires. Read Audubon's new climate report, which finds that two-thirds of North American birds are at increasing risk of extinction from global temperature rise.
Find out how species in your state will be affected, and which birds we can help by acting now. Two-thirds of North American bird species are at risk of extinction from climate change.
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U rge Congress to act now. Start the Conversation 1. Lead Your Community 2. Rebuild the Machinery 3. Join a National Cause 4. Level 1 : Start the Conversation.
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Climate Action Guide How to Find Your Climate Story We all have one, and identifying yours is the first step in becoming an advocate for climate action. Level 2: Lead Your Community.
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Report online bullies. If you notice harassment on a message board or in a chat room, flag that person. Stay informed. In addition to the above, offset your remaining carbon emissions!
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In this way, you help reduce global emissions faster! Level 2. Things you can do at home Air dry. Let your hair and clothes dry naturally instead of running a machine.
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If you do wash your clothes, make sure the load is full. Take short showers. Bathtubs require gallons more water than a minute shower. Eat less meat, poultry, and fish. You can also do this with take-away or delivered food, if you know you will not feel like eating it the next day. You will save food and money. Compost—composting food scraps can reduce climate impact while also recycling nutrients. Buy minimally packaged goods. Avoid pre-heating the oven. Unless you need a precise baking temperature, start heating your food right when you turn on the oven. Plug air leaks in windows and doors to increase energy efficiency Adjust your thermostat, lower in winter, higher in summer Replace old appliances with energy efficient models and light bulbs If you have the option, install solar panels in your house.
This will also reduce your electricity bill! Get a rug.
A Guide to Local Action
Carpets and rugs keep your house warm and your thermostat low. If you use a dishwasher, stop rinsing your plates before you run the machine. Choose a better diaper option. Swaddle your baby in cloth diapers or a new, environmentally responsible disposable brand. Shovel snow manually. Avoid the noisy, exhaust-churning snow blower and get some exercise.
Use cardboard matches. Level 3. Things you can do outside your house Shop local. Supporting neighbourhood businesses keeps people employed and helps prevent trucks from driving far distances.
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