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Beginner’s Guide to Home Brewing: Hard Cider
Green Life
Sunday, October 13, 2013
Survive
Friday, November 1, 2013
You're backcountry skiing and your knee snaps. Now what?
Critter
Monday, July 1, 2013
With its doll eyes and fuzzy mouthparts, the Australian peacock spider could endear itself to even the most skittish arachnophobe.
Approximately 1.3 billion people around the world live in darkness, often without access to even small amounts of life-changing electricity. The good news is that we can change this by deploying off-grid renewable energy technologies. These technologies are available today, and are better suited to meeting the challenges of energy access than centralized coal projects and grid extension. That means we can solve energy poverty and climate change at the same time.
Three paragliders descend along the curvy flanks of Mt. Tamalpais in Marin County, California, overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Wind athletes move in the space where earth and air converge.
Canoe
Gear Guide
Monday, March 31, 2014
Check off all your paddling needs, and get more time on the water.
Carbon Sequestration
Green Life
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
What are some climate change solutions we can implement in our own backyards? What the heck is carbon sequestration? Those answers and more in the latest vlog.
Innovate
Friday, November 1, 2013
On the Frankenstrasse, in the German city of Hamburg, stands a new apartment building whose walls are covered with green slime.
The Green Life
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
Plastic Eaters
Act
Sunday, September 1, 2013
An innovative idea to eat away at the plastic problem
Survive
Survive
Friday, April 4, 2014
Your raft "tacos" in high, frigid water. Now what?
Green Life
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Climate denialist coal baron to sue EPA over easily disprovable right-wing talking point. Pass the popcorn!
The Sierra Club organizes into groups focused on the environmental concerns within our local communities. The Washington State Chapter encompasses the following groups.
From National Political Director, Melissa Williams, "We don’t need any more evidence – the time for action on the climate crisis is now. The American people know. Polls show that huge majorities have been personally affected by extreme weather and want the government to do something about it. The market knows. Coal’s outlook is sinking and clean energy’s is skyrocketing."
Repurpose: Snow Globes
Repurpose
Friday, November 1, 2013
Turn old jars into wintry wonderlands
There is no way around it: Coal kills. The Sierra Club partners with grassroots groups around the world as they demand a say in what happens to their air, land, and water, and as they call for an end to international public financing of dangerous coal projects. We connect locals with resources, provide expertise and training, assist in conducting research, and help raise the voices of affected people and activists as they stand against multinational corporations.
Coming Clean
For the 10th consecutive year, the president signed a proclamation declaring that June is Great Outdoors Month. This is to encourage us to get outdoors and enjoy our natural heritage. While the president certainly wants Americans to enjoy themselves, there's an even more compelling reason to take that advice -- it could save your life. We’ve all heard the statistics about how much exercise we need and how little of it the majority of Americans get. This trend is especially worrisome among...
Innovate
Monday, July 1, 2013
Our antiquated system of regional grids is, for the most part, hardwired to route electricity from big power plants.
Marc Fiorito/Gamma Nine Photography
Spout
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
The tastiest nonprofit in America occupies a single room in a drafty old building fronting San Francisco Bay.
Youth Art at People's Climate March
By Lauren Moore, Junior Environmental Studies major at UNC
Next Big Thing
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
In the future, will bananas solve all our problems?
Holy Grail of Backpacks
The Green Life
Ever been looking for the perfect pack, but, like Bono, just can’t find what you’re looking for? Look no further.
Innovate
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Self-driving cars could make greener cities.
Sierra Club Outdoors
My thoughts on diversity in our natural spaces.By Teresa Baker I have always been an advocate for getting out of the cities and into nature, especially for communities of color. As an African American, I feel that nature is the core of who I am. All too often the cityscapes that African Americans grow up in are void of what can foster a wider view of the world we live in.
A healthy Africa begins with healthy mothers and children
Feature
Thursday, October 2, 2014
A healthy Africa begins with healthy mothers and children
Fire Lookout Biking in Montana
Feature
Monday, July 1, 2013
Lookout-to-lookout mountain biking in Montana
James Edward Mills
Spout
Friday, October 3, 2014
James Edward Mills, continue to be one of the very few African Americans who earn their living in the business of outdoor recreation. Why?
Grilled: William Bradley
Grilled
Thursday, June 5, 2014
Meet Brad Bradley, conservative conservationist, renovator of abused land and Sierra Club Life Member.
Wilderness Area Vid Ian Shive
Spout
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Waterparks have no doubt contributed mightily to humankind's happiness. Just don't try contemplating eternity while straddling a Styrofoam noodle at a swim-up bar.

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