Solving the climate crisis means an Arizona full of thriving wildlife and leaving a better, cleaner future for Arizona’s next generation.
Many outdoors people, including hunters, anglers, hikers, and bikers have seen the effects of climate change on Arizona with their own eyes.
Family-favorite places have been lost to wildfires, rivers and streams diminished due to drought, and each year, more supplemental water is needed to support many of our wildlife populations. The good news? We already have the tools to combat climate change – all that’s lacking is the willpower of decision makers.
That’s where AWF comes in. We are uniquely positioned to use our science-based, nonpartisan approach to make sure Arizona is doing its part to help solve this crisis of a lifetime and restore the problems this crisis has already created for hunters and anglers. We believe our state can be a leader on climate action in this country, but we need to come together to advocate for clean air, renewable energy, and other common-sense policies that will benefit our neighborhoods, parks, and wildlife habitats.
The science is clear on what we need to do:
ACTION THROUGH ADVOCACY
When we put our voices together, decision makers listen.
That’s why we ask you to take action on key issues by signing petitions, sending emails to decision makers, calling them, or tagging them on social media, etc.
Below are our current campaigns that you can take action on to make a big difference:
The crisis facing our nation’s fish and wildlife is daunting. More than one-third of all species in the United States are at risk of becoming threatened or endangered unless we proactively implement on-the-ground conservation measures. The Recovering America’ s Wildlife Act presents a solution that meets the magnitude of the challenge, and would represent the largest investment in conservation funding in more than a generation. Learn More →
RECENT FACTSHEETS AND POSITION PAPERS
Want to dig deeper into the issues? Check out our recent research, recommendations, and more: