Nature’s Value In Solving Our Climate Crisis
As a leading conservation organization in New England, Mass Audubon is committed to taking bold action to combat the climate crisis. From the advancement of climate policy at the local and state level to the ecological restoration and management of its 38,000 acres of protected land, the organization recognizes the need for urgency to protect people and wildlife alike.
Join Mass Audubon’s Climate Change Program Director, Alexandra Vecchio, and Climate Change Adaptation Ecologist, Dr. Danielle Perry, on August 13th at 7 pm for an overview of how climate advocacy and nature-based solutions can safeguard the future of our world from climate change. In this presentation, Alexandra and Dr. Perry will discuss the Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) Program, share examples of nature-based climate solutions, and discuss habitat management initiatives that enhance the resilience of different coastal ecosystems.