Support Farmers, Ranchers, and Foresters & Protect the Environment
Audubon science shows that reducing emissions will help birds that would otherwise be vulnerable to extinction due to the effects of climate change. We also know that with the right resources, our working lands can be managed to better absorb and store carbon pollution—a natural solution to climate change.
The Growing Climate Solutions Act is a farmer-centered proposal, empowering America's agricultural producers to play a voluntary role in mitigating the impacts of climate change and in slowing habitat loss for countless species of birds and other wildlife. It will not only help to create a cleaner future for both people and wildlife, but will also preserve bird habitats, and help rural economies.
Send a letter to your U.S. Representative today in support of the Growing Climate Solutions Act!
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As a constituent who cares about birds and the places they need, I'm writing to ask you to sign on to the Growing Climate Solutions Act (HR 2820) as a cosponsor. Audubon science shows that nearly two-thirds of North American bird species are at risk of extinction due to climate change. The good news is that science also shows that we can improve the chances for the majority (76%) of species if we take action now.
To protect birds and people, Congress must pass common-sense solutions that target greenhouse gas emissions in every part of our economy. Farmers, ranchers, and foresters are vital to the fight against climate change. Investing in our fields, farms, and forests helps reduce pollution and helps preserve and expand the habitat for birds. The Growing Climate Solutions Act will help create a cleaner future for both people and wildlife while also helping rural economies make the most of their land.