Cutting Carbon Pollution

It's time to take action on climate change and help protect the birds we love.

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Climate change is the biggest threat facing birds and people, and we took action to reduce the threat of carbon pollution that is warming our world. 

“I could not be prouder of Audubon Washington and our friends at Carbon Washington. While the results of I-732 are disappointing, Audubon members and supporters all across Washington rose to the occasion and said yes to a cleaner, better future. We’ll get there, and we look forward to continuing the fight for commonsense climate solutions for birds and for people.” - Gail Gatton, executive director of Audubon Washington.

What We Learned
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What We Learned

Why we voted Yes on I-732, what we learned, and how we're moving forward.

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Why We Support I-732
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Why We Support I-732

Audubon Washington believes Initiative 732 provides swift and effective action to reduce carbon pollution.

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News and Insight
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News and Insight

Understanding how I-732 is the best policy for birds and people.

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Pledge Your Support
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Pledge Your Support

Pledge your support for the I-732 ballot measure. We'll update you about campaign news and opportunities to take action.

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Take Action!
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Take Action!

Ready to take action and help pass the nation's first tax on carbon pollution? Write a letter to your legislator, an article for your local newspaper, or join us in the field!

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Frequently Asked Questions
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Frequently Asked Questions

Ballot measure I-732 is the right thing to do for birds and people. Here's why.

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Washington's Climate-Threatened Birds
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Washington's Climate-Threatened Birds

189 climate-sensitive bird species occur in Washington.

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Why I Support Cutting Carbon Pollution
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Why I Support Cutting Carbon Pollution

Washington bird lovers share the reasons why they're demanding action on climate change now.

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Birds at Risk due to Climate Change

How you can help, right now