September/October
2014
2014 September/October Sierra Magazine

Features

Falling Stock

As renewables get cheaper and climate risks grow, Wall Street sours on the coal industry.

Financial Statement

Stanford and other universities are divesting from fossil fuel stocks—with varying degrees of commitment.

Waiting for Light

A few years from now, 80,000 new Indian households a month could extend their lives beyond sunset.

Departments

Green Life Blog

8 Transformative Staycation Ideas
Transform your abode with these 8 imaginative themes.
Earth's Address Just Got Longer
"Dear Mr. Muir: Your home address is incorrectly configured. Please adjust your settings."
What Can College Students Do to Save the Planet?
Sierra's eco-expert gives fresh tips for the college-bound.
Why Valley Uprising Rocks
Just in time for Yosemite’s 150th birthday, Valley Uprising portrays the respective histories of rock climbing and Yosemite as inextricably intertwined and ultimately sustained by the “mad to live” counterculture of each new generation. Caution to the faint of heart: documentary features swearing, drug use, and counterculture.