Tag: energy

Greening Up The Infrastructure Conversation

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With the backdrop of negotiations between Congress and the White House on rebuilding the nation’s infrastructure, Infrastructure Week will take place from May 13-20. The event is sponsored by a mix of business and advocacy groups, labor organizations, and think tanks, but a conservation voice is missing from this coalition. Audubon is taking the opportunity to fill that […]

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Big Wins for Clean Energy in Arkansas, South Carolina and Washington

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New York – May 9, 2019 – “No matter whether you are a state leading the charge for clean energy like Washington or just getting started like Arkansas or in the middle of your journey like South Carolina—it’s a powerful lesson that the economics of clean energy are winning and that the public wants solutions. […]

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Audubon Arkansas’ Lobby Day Proves Key in Passage of Solar Access Act

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Volunteers, bird advocates, college students, and Audubon chapter members traveled from all parts of Arkansas for a day at the capitol in Little Rock. In early March, Audubon Arkansas held its first grassroots lobby day advocating for SB 145, also known as the Solar Access Act. According to its supporters, SB 145 would create more local […]

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The Trump Administration Can’t Ignore Raúl Grijalva Anymore

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On January 7, Rep. Raúl Grijalva (D-Arizona), the new chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee, sent a pointed letter to David Bernhardt, the acting secretary of the Department of the Interior. Grijalva wanted to know why the department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) was moving ahead with public meetings on plans for oil and […]

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Audubon Washington Leads Advocacy for Climate Action in 2019 State Legislature

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