"Women have always understood nurture and nature, connection and protection, commitment and care."
-- Allison Rockefeller, Rachel Carson Awards Council, Founding Chair
Top Concerns of Women in Conservation
There's no shortage of reasons to get involved in helping to protect and preserve our environment. For some, the impact of environmental toxins on health is a call to action. For others, threats to birds and wildlife top the list. Still others are concerned about parks and other public green space. And the unprecedented threat of global warming is top of mind for many.
Here are some of the environmental priorities women have shared with Audubon. We hope you will share your concern with us too by sending us your top concern, name, city, and state by email.