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Posted Feb. 27 - Sierra Club Action Alert: NO on SB333
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Press Release Feb. 24:
ARKANSAS SIERRA CLUB RESPONSE TO ATTORNEY GENERAL LESLIE RUTLEDGE
Mar. 2 - M - Chapter - Sierra Club & Beer Night in Little Rock
Mar. 2 - deadline? - Application for intern positions with Senators/Congressmen
Mar. 2 - ADEQ deadline for written comments - Red River Water Regulation Changes
Mar. 17 - Tu - CAG Meeting - Speaker: Eric Sundell on Trees of Arkansas book
Apr. 29 - W - National Sierra Club Board of Directors Election - Deadline for ballots
Jun. 16-18 Tu-Th - EPA Environmental Justice Conference in Little Rock
- - - - - - 17 people signed up for conference as of 2/23
- - - - - - 33 people signed up for conference as of 2/24
- - - - - - 46 people signed up for conference as of 2/26
- - - - - - 48 people signed up for conference as of 2/27
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2/23 - EPA Environmental Justice Conference in Little Rock from June 16-18
2/21 - Wind-power Line Good for Arkansas, a guest editorial by Sierra Club intern Hanna Davis in today's Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
2/13 - Good Jobs Green Jobs Conference on 4/13 added to Other Events
2/2 - Arctic National Wildlife Refuge - - - - Environmental Impact Statement
Texas Coal Plants An Issue, Sierra Club Says
By Doug Thompson - NW News - December 30, 2014
Two coal-fired power plants in Texas stand as the most immediate threat to air quality in Northwest Arkansas, said the director of the Sierra Club in Arkansas.
The plants are among seven at issue in a Jan. 15 public hearing in Oklahoma City. The federal Environmental Protection Agency called the hearing after rejecting parts of Texas' plan to gradually reduce the amount of haze-causing sulfur dioxide from the plants.
Glen Hooks, this state's Sierra Club director, said his group will argue at the hearing the sulfur dioxide contributes to haze as far north as Benton and Washington counties and over the federally protected headwaters of the Buffalo National River. ... MORE [TOP]