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Drone
Green Life
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Commercial drones are becoming more ubiquitous every day — here's how to make a short film with one.
David Brower
Green Life
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Take our quiz to find out how similar you are to David Brower!
Feature
Monday, March 3, 2014
A team of black climbers blazes a new kind of trail on Mt. Denali
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is an expansive trade pact that the U.S. is negotiating with 11 other countries. It would empower corporations to challenge environmental policies in private trade tribunals, expand exports of natural gas and fracking across the U.S., and more.
Your Future City?
6 Visions for the Green City of Tomorrow
Looking across Ballycroy National Park to the Nephin Beg Mountains, which are at the heart of Ireland's first wilderness area.
Grapple
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
In Ireland's Nephin Beg Mountains, the state-owned forestry company Coillte is rewilding roughly 11,000 acres of pine and spruce plantation.
slow lorris
Critter
Monday, October 6, 2014
The slow loris, one of the world's most adorable creatures, is also the only venomous primate.
Mountain biking isn't all reckless Evil Knievel’s: There's a new top dog on the scene.
If you want laws that will help solve the problem of global warming and protect clean water, clean air, and our parks and forests, then check out our endorsed candidates and vote!For more information about our endorsements, please contact the chapter Political Committee chair. 
We all know what happens when you give a moose a muffin. What about if you give it a hard time? You risk losing a lot more than some blackberry jam. Two outdoorsmen found that out the hard way. After giving chase to a bull moose for several extended minutes, the quarry finally had enough. Pawing aggressively at the ground and letting loose some intimidating honks, the enormous ungulate charges its pursuers and forces a retreat. There’s a very simple lesson in this video.
Stanford University
The Green Life
Last week, Stanford University announced that it would not make any direct investments in coal companies, making it the 12th U.S. college, and the most prominent, to eschew coal. While the university doesn't disclose its investment holdings, its endowment was worth $18.7 billion in 2013.
Michael Brune
Create
Monday, March 31, 2014
Is your bank using your savings to level Appalachia?
IntroductionThe Sierra Club's Global Population and Environment Program recognizes that protecting the world's environmental resources requires addressing human needs. The combination of rapid population growth in developing countries, with unsustainable consumption in developed countries, is threatening the health and well-being of families, communities, and our planet.
Mixed Media
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Understanding what we grow, cook, eat, and throw out can be empowering and tasty.
Repurpose
Repurpose
Thursday, March 13, 2014
Turn used chopsticks into a container that really sticks out.
CALCIFIED FISH EAGLE | LAKE NATRON, TANZANIA, 2012
Feature
Monday, March 3, 2014
In Africa, photographer Nick Brandt assembles an anti-poaching army.
If you wish you were relaxing in the clear waters of the Mediterranean right about now, let this incredibly excited Labrador take you there. Walter’s owner strapped a GoPro camera to his back and let him off his leash for Walter to run where he may. We watch the dog dash along winding gravel paths, under the shade of olive trees (did we mention Walter lives in Sicily?), through a crowd of beachgoers, and straight into the ocean. It’s basically 30 seconds of pure, unadulterated joy. Look at...
Today there are more young organizers than ever, running savvy campaigns and changing policies at the local, state, and national level. At the SSC, we’ve tried to transform more than 120 years of Sierra Club experience into useful resources that can make your campaigns and groups even better. From our campaign toolkits to our organizing skill trainings, you’re sure to find helpful resources!
organic vegetables
Green Life
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
As far as the planet is concerned, a vegan diet beats a meat diet any day.
Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor with one of her stained glass brains.
Artifact
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor's story about her trusty Buck knife has become river guide lore.
The Sierra Club organizes into groups focused on the environmental concerns within our local communities. The Washington State Chapter encompasses the following groups.
Great view from the top!
Green Life
Monday, October 21, 2013
Check out these four hikes which provide easy, family friendly access to spectacular views.
Loggerhead turtle
A photographer takes a closer look at animals fighting for survival.
Compass
This week marks the six-month anniversary of the Dan River coal ash spill in North Carolina.
Logging Truck in Para StateA truck loaded with timber on the Curua-Una road after crossing the River of the same name, near Santarem, Para State.
Feature
Friday, October 3, 2014
How a little-known U.S. trade law has clipped the global market for illegal lumber
We hope that the tools and resources below help with your understanding, advocacy, outreach and messaging around global population and environmental issues. To order hard copies of our advocacy materials, contact us.
Greenpeace takes on Lego's partnership with Shell.
Green Life
Friday, July 11, 2014
Greenpeace wants Shell Oil out of your kids' Legos.
A storm front rolls in toward Sydney, Australia.
Last Words
Thursday, July 24, 2014
How far would you swim to get the shot?
Vegan Salad
The Green Life
Spring is upon us, and with it come asparagus, beets, artichokes, and citrus fruits. Here are three fantastic dishes using the best that spring has to offer. Try them together for a vegan meal that’ll even have carnivores begging for seconds.
No Republican Scientists
Green Life
Thursday, June 5, 2014
"I'm not a scientist, so I'm going to ignore 97% of scientists."

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