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9/18/14 - For the first time in our nation's history, EPA has proposed to limit the amount of carbon dioxide emissions coming from dirty power plants. This is a big deal. 
Arkansas is set to reduce its CO2 emissions by 44%. If we do it right--with an emphasis on moving away from dirty coal, ramping up renewable energy and focusing on energy efficiency--we can create thousands of jobs for Arkansans while also improving our environmental and public health.
Tell EPA that you support clean energy here in Arkansas! We need your voice to help push this rule over the finish line. THANK YOU. 

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Arkansas Sierra Club In The News

From: Sierra Club - Arkansas Chapter (
Friday, August 29, 2014

Dear Arkansas Sierrans and Friends:

All across the country, the clean energy revolution is becoming a reality. States and utilities are adding thousands of megawatts of wind and solar energy to provide power, all the while ditching old, dirty coal-fired power that kills our communities. It's happening nearly everywhere.

Everywhere, that is, except for Arkansas. Will you help us change that?

Arkansas is one of the few states in the entire country that doesn't produce a single megawatt of power from solar or wind. Our small state of less than 3 million people is home to five dirty coal-fired power plants, three of which are more than thirty years old. These plants contribute mightily to climate disruption, all the while spewing toxic air pollutants that damage our health and our environment.

The good news: we now have a chance to change this. For the first time ever, the Environmental Protection Agency is taking action to protect our states from the dangers of carbon pollution from power plants. The EPA's proposed "Clean Power Plan" will require Arkansas to sharply reduce her carbon dioxide emissions--85% of which come from our state's coal-fired power plants.

Right now, Sierra Club is working hard to support the proposed rule against fierce opposition from coal-burning utility polluters. Just this week, we have been in meetings with utilities and regulators making the case for moving from dirty coal to clean energy. At the bottom of this email, I've pasted several links from today's news. I hope you'll take a look and be proud that you, as a Sierra Club member, are helping us stand up for an environmental policy that makes sense.

Your Arkansas Sierra Club has been working for years to get our state to embrace clean energy and transition away from dirty coal. Finally, we have a real chance. Sierra Club is committed to increasing our commitment to wind power, solar power, and aggressive energy efficiency programs. We are fully engaged in helping to draft our state's plan to reduce carbon dioxide pollution, and--with your help--we have a strong chance to build a clean energy future for The Natural State.

Today, will you make a generous contribution to the Arkansas Sierra Club and help clean up our state's energy mix? Every dollar you donate stays right here in Arkansas to help fund progressive environmental work in our state.

To donate, please go to the top right of this page.

On behalf of your Arkansas Sierra Club, thank you for your membership and for your generous support. Your kindness helps keep us going.

(Don't forget to scroll down and check out the Sierra Club news hits from today--thanks!)

Glen Hooks
Chapter Director
Sierra Club of Arkansas

Date Event More Information
Tue, 01/20/2015 General Meeting
6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

3003 West Markham Street, Little Rock, AR 72205, USA

General Meeting