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National Audubon Society Announces Creation of Audubon Delta, New Executive Director Dawn O’Neal
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National Audubon Society Announces Creation of Audubon Delta, New Executive Director Dawn O’Neal

— Audubon Louisiana, Arkansas, and Mississippi join forces on region-wide conservation efforts with Dawn O’Neal at its helm.
New Orleans City Council Adopts Renewable and Clean Portfolio Standard
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New Orleans City Council Adopts Renewable and Clean Portfolio Standard

— New Orleans Becomes First City in the Gulf South to Commit to 100% Net-Zero Emissions Resources by 2040, Zero Carbon By 2050
Audubon Urges Beachgoers to Give Birds Their Space Too
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Audubon Urges Beachgoers to Give Birds Their Space Too

— As beaches around the country reopen, protections for nesting birds are delayed due to COVID-19.
New Orleans Approves Net-Zero Carbon Standard by 2040
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New Orleans Approves Net-Zero Carbon Standard by 2040

— Historic measure commits New Orleans to a zero-carbon energy portfolio by 2050, phasing out fossil fuels.
Economic Impacts Analysis Determines Resilient-Renewable Energy Standard is the Best Path Forward for New Orleans
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Economic Impacts Analysis Determines Resilient-Renewable Energy Standard is the Best Path Forward for New Orleans

— The proposal, submitted by the Energy Future New Orleans coalition, will establish a 100 percent Renewable Energy Standard by 2040 and result in more jobs, greater emissions reductions, and more local investment than alternatives
The Louisiana Big Sit! October 12 & 13
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The Louisiana Big Sit! October 12 & 13

— Audubon Louisiana, Baton Rouge Audubon Society and Orleans Audubon Society will be hosting four Big Sit! locations across south Louisiana
Plants for Birds Event in Baton Rouge September 22, 2019
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Plants for Birds Event in Baton Rouge September 22, 2019

— Baton Rouge Audubon, Audubon Louisiana, and White Oak Estates and Gardens are partnering to bring you a very special event

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