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Coming Clean
Exactly 54 days after Lisa B. Nelson, the new CEO of the American Legislative Council (ALEC), started her job, Eric Schmidt, the chairman of Google, dropped the bomb: Google wanted out of its relationship with ALEC. "That was some sort of mistake," Schmidt said on The Diane Rehm Show when a caller asked why Google was supporting the organization. "We're trying to not do that in the future."
EcoCentro
Los Angeles, CA — El Sierra Club aplaudió hoy la decisión del Presidente Obama de designar las Montañas de San Gabriel, en las afueras de Los Angeles, como el próximo monumento nacional. Esta es la principal área verde de recreación de una parte del país donde vive el 60% de la población hispana.
Compass
Earlier this month activists in Bridgeport, Connecticut, cheered when city council members took a bold step in moving the city (and state!) beyond coal.
EcoCentro
Por Javier SierraHoy celebramos el Día de la Tierra. A mi me gusta llamarlo su cumpleaños. Pero esta fiesta de la Madre Tierra incluye un ponche amargo de la marca BP. El domingo se cumplió el cuarto aniversario del derrame petrolero de BP en el Golfo de México, la peor catástrofe medioambiental de nuestra historia. El 20 de abril de 2010, el estallido de la plataforma Deep Horizon causó la muerte de 11 trabajadores y el derrame de 200 millones de galones de crudo.
Sierra Club Radio
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Iowa State Senator Rob Hogg on his new book, America's Climate Century Sierra Magazine's Avital Andrews on greening your pet food Ken Minnault on the success of the Los Angeles Beyond Coal campaign Green cuisine tips from Annie Somerville, Executive Chef at Greens Restaurant in San Francisco
Power to Change
This Thanksgiving, I have a lot for which to be thankful. I am thankful for family and friends, I am thankful for my health, and I am thankful for you. Thanks to you, the Sierra Club presses forward on its mission:
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Carolina del Norte Exige Que Duke Energy Se Responsabilice del Vertido de Cenizas de Carbón y Sus Costos
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What’s the connection between the health of our bodies and that of our planet? The truth is that our everyday environment—where we live, work and play—affects our reproductive health and that of future generations. As consumers and citizens, we have an opportunity to invest in a more sustainable future and advocate for policies that live up to our vision for environmental and reproductive justice.
Sierra Club Outdoors
By Kelly Mieszkalski, Sierra Club Volunteer
Compass
Public hearing in Washington, D.C., Thursday will be packed with supporters
Lay of the Land
photo courtesy National Park Service 
Lay of the Land
On Monday we celebrated John Muir's legacy on what would have been his 176th birthday with the Filson Company, working together to raise awareness and further our mission of encouraging people to explore, enjoy, and protect the planet. John Muir was a naturalist and a preservationist who founded the Sierra Club in 1892, just five years before the Filson Company began making and selling rugged clothing and gear for outdoorsmen.
EcoCentro
Por Javier Sierra Pati Calzada vive con el miedo como constante compañero. Su hijo de seis años de edad, Abraham, sufre de asma, y sus frecuentes ataques llenan a ambos de terror y congoja.“Se asusta y me llama, ‘¡Mamá!’, y le oigo jadear y me pregunta, ‘¿por qué no puedo respirar, qué me pasa?’, y yo tengo que calmarlo porque no puedo darle la medicina cuando está con pánico”, se lamenta Pati, quien también sufre de asma.La enfermedad, la cual se la diagnosticaron hace unos meses, ha cambiado...
Sierra Club Radio
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Jigar Shah joins us to talk about the solar industry and his new book, Creating Climate Wealth: Unlocking the Impact Economy Eric Roston from Bloomberg.com on their environmental coverage at Bloomberg.com/Sustainability
Compass
The much-anticipated safeguards to clean up carbon pollution from existing power plants have finally been announced, and just as expected, both support and opposition for the protections is all over the airwaves.
Green Alpha's Next Economy
Today’s post is by fellow green economist Tom Konrad. Tom is a financial analyst, portfolio manager, and freelance writer specializing in renewable energy and energy efficiency investing.  He writes articles about investing in clean energy for AltEnergyStocks.com, and at the Green Stocks blog on
Compass
Just when you thought coal couldn't get any dirtier, not one but TWO federal watchdog agencies released outrageous findings last week, proving (again) that the federal government's coal leasing program has it own toxic problems.  
Compass
Photo credit: SolarAid What difference can a value added tax make to the lives of those living in energy poverty?  A big one.
Compass
Wildlife is fighting back against big coal--the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), that is.
Sierra Club Radio
This week on Sierra Club Radio:
Compass
Last month, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed its Clean Power Plan, the first-ever limits on carbon pollution from existing power plants.   Besides re-establishing the United States
Coming Clean
As I mentioned earlier this week, the United Nations' COP19 Climate Change Conference opened in Warsaw this week, hard on the heels of Typhoon Haiyan, which has caused unknown thousands of deaths and left more than half a million people homeless in the Philippines. Haiyan is the second extreme weather event in 12 months to devastate the Philippines.
The Planet
By Robert Gardner, campaign representative for Beyond Natural Gas in Pennsylvania.
Sierra Club Outdoors
Celebrating Father's Day with a Father and Sons Outings Leader Team | Sierra Club.
Sierra Club Radio
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Natalie Foster, Executive Director of Peers, a grassroots organization that supports the sharing economy movement Sierra Magazine's Avital Andrews shares green lifestyle tips
The Planet
[View the story "Family Planning and Earth Day" on Storify]
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