Help Protect Birds from Global Warming
Strong federal legislation is needed to combat global warming pollution. Its your voice that will make the difference.
Ask your lawmakers to support:
Strong federal cap-and-trade legislation that would decrease emissions by 80% by 2050.
A federal renewable energy standard.
Higher energy efficiency standards
Higher transportation and vehicle efficiency Individual Actions Add Up! Federal leadership is important in the effort to curb global warming pollution, but we can all make choices that will help reduce our carbon output.
Drive less by taking public transportation, walking, bicycling, or carpooling. Drive a more energy-efficient vehicle.
Switch from conventional incandescent light bulbs to energy-efficient compact fluorescents. The next time you buy a major or minor appliance, look for the Energy Star label to be sure youre getting a high efficiency model.
Reduce, reuse, recycle. Buy local produce and other goods.
Reduce emissions and help the birds; keep your lawn mower tuned, use native plants, reduce watering, skip the
To read more about the effects Global Warming is having on birds see the fact sheet
on Audubon's web site.