Online Collections: Reports
Each year, the Sierra Club issues acclaimed reports on a variety of topics aligned with our campaigns and priorities. Sierra Club reports and special publications are listed here by publication date. Titles are added when the Colby Library receives a printed copy, or a link to an electronic copy.
Call numbers indicate the location of a print copy in the Colby Library collection. Find the full record in the Library's
Environmental Integrity Project, Earthjustice, and Sierra Club, August 26, 2010. (234 page PDF) In Harm's Way: Lack of Federal Coal Ash Regulations Endangers Americans and Their Environment.
Campuses Beyond Coal Guidebook. Sierra Club, Sierra Student Coalition, #710a 2010. (10 pages)
Sierra Club and U.S. Green Building Council, 2009. (12 pages) Green Buildings for Cool Cities: A Guide for Advocating for Local Green Building Policies.
Conducted by Synapse Energy Economics; Released by Sierra Club, August 2009. (25 pages) Economic Impacts of Restricting Mountaintop/Valley Fill Coal Mining in Central Appalachia.
Sierra Club Delta Chapter (New Orleans), June 2009. (53 pages) New Orleans Green Building Assessment.
Sierra Club and Worldwatch Institute, January 2009. (16 pages) Smart Choices for Biofuels.
Sierra Club Great Lakes Program,
Madison, Wisconsin, 2008. (18 pages) A Citizenís Guide to Protecting the Great Lakes.
Sierra Club, June 2008. (36 pages) Faith in Action: Communities of Faith Bring Hope for the Planet.
Sierra Club, April 2008. (18 pages) Trade and Global Warming: What are the Connections?
. Sierra Club and Worldwatch Institute, October 2007. (20 pages) Destination Iowa: Getting to a Sustainable Biofuels Future
: 52 exceptional places we must protect. Sierra Club, September 2007. (56 pages) America's Wild Legacy
. Sierra Club, August 2007. (20 pages) The New Economy of the West: From Clearcutting to Camping
: Why yesterday's technology should not be part of America's energy future. Sierra Club, June 2007. (20 pages) The Dirty Truth About Coal
. Sierra Club, May 2007. (16 pages) Keeping Our Nation's Public Drinking Water Safe: Why Americans' Drinking Water Sources are at Risk
. Sierra Club, Spring 2007. (28 pages) Where Rivers Are Born: The Scientific Imperative for Defending Small Streams and Wetlands
Sierra Club, November 2006. (28 pages) Building Better II: A Guide to America's Best New Development Projects. Fall 2006 Clean Water Edition.
Sierra Club, September 2006. (28 pages) Harmful Legacy of Pollution and Deception at Ground Zero: How Post 9/11 Disaster Policy Endangers America.
Gulf Restoration Network and Sierra Club, June 2006. (20 pages) The School of Big Storms: The High Cost of Compromising Our Natural Defenses and the Benefits of Protecting Them.
Sierra Club, May 2006. (14 pages) From The Source to The Tap: Why America's Drinking Water Sources are at Risk.
Report prepared by Michael E. Ketterer, Ph.D., for Sierra Club, January 2006. (19 pages) The ASARCO El Paso Smelter: A Source of Local Contamination of Soils in El Paso (Texas), Ciudad Juarez (Chihuahua, Mexico), and Anapra (New Mexico).
Sierra Club, November 2005. (32 pages) Building Better: A Guide to America's Best New Development Projects.
Sierra Club, September 2005. (8 pages) Sick Waters: Excess Nutrients Harm the Health of our Waters.
Sierra Club, June 2005. (48 pages) America's Great Outdoors:Sierra Club's Vision for Protecting Our Natural Heritage.
Sierra Club, April 2005. (38 pages) Leaking Underground Storage Tanks: A Threat to Public Health & Environment.
Sierra Club, 2005. (42 pages) (5 page Pollution and Deception at Ground Zero Revisited: Why It Could Happen Again. executive
Air Pollution and Deception at Ground Zero: How the Bush Administration's Reckless Disregard of 9/11 Toxic Hazards Poses Long-Term Threats for New York City and the Nation. Sierra Club, August 2004. ( description) (full
report no longer available online, see later editions in 2005 & 2006)
Earthjustice, National Wildlife Federation, NRDC, and Sierra Club, August 2004. (30 pages) Reckless Abandon: How the Bush Administration is Exposing America's Waters to Harm.
Sierra Club, July 2004. (37 pages) Communities at Risk: How the Bush Administration is Failing to Protect People's Health at Superfund Sites.
Sierra Club, July 2004. (41 pages) Wildlands at Risk: Sierra Club Documents the Bush Administration's Assault on America's Wildlands.
Sierra Club, Summer 2004. (24 pages) Highway Health Hazards: How Highways and Roads Cause Health Problems in Our Communities--and What You Can Do About It.
Sierra Club's 2004 Report on Sprawl, May 2004. (20 pages; call#388.4 M691) Missing the Train: How the Bush Administration's Transportation Proposal Threatens Jobs, Commutes, and Public Transit Ridership.
Sierra Club with many other organizations, Spring 2004. (66 pages) All Dried Up: How Clean Water is Threatened by Budget Cuts.
. U.S. PIRG Educational Fund and Sierra Club, February 2004. (21 pages) The Truth about Toxic Waste Cleanups: How EPA is Misleading the Public about the Superfund Program
Sierra Club, 2004. (32 pages) Take Action to Defend the World's Forests: Globalization Lays Siege to Forests and Communities.
Sierra Club and NRDC, Summer 2003. (16 pages) The Road to Better Transportation Projects: Public Involvement in the NEPA Process.
International Right to Know Campaign, with Sierra Club and several other organizations,
January 2003. (22 pages) International Right to Know: Empowering Communities through Corporate Transparency.
Sierra Club Forests Report, 2002. (36 pages) Restoring America's Forests: Protecting Habitat, Saving Streams and Generating Jobs in our National Forests.
Sierra Club, Summer 2002. Smart Choices, Less Traffic: Sierra Club Takes a Critical Look at 49 Transportation Projects.
. Sierra Club's fourth annual sprawl report. Sierra Club's Challenge to Sprawl Campaign, Fall 2001. Clearing the Air with Transit Spending: Sierra Club Grades America's Fifty Largest Cities
Sierra Club Great Lakes Program, Madison, Wisconsin, June 2001. (70 pages) Healthy Harbors, Restored Rivers: A Community Guide to Cleaning Up Our Waterways.
. A Report on EPA's Failure to Regulate Hazardous Air Pollutants. Combustion Task Force, Sierra Club, circa. 2001. (23 pages) Airborne: Hazardous Air Pollutants Causing Human Health Risks and Ecological Damage Go Unregulated
Sierra Club Forests Report, 2001. (14 pages) Forest Fires - Beyond the Heat and Hype.
A Wilderness-Forever Future:A Short History of the National Wilderness Preservation System. Pew Wilderness Center in collaboration with The Wilderness Society, Sierra Club and Earthjustice. Written by Douglas W. Scott, 2001.
. Sierra Club Report on Sprawl, September 2000. (36 pages) Smart Choices or Sprawling Growth: A 50-State Survey of Development
. Sierra Club Forests Report, August 2000. (31 pages; call#333.75
Se32) Seeing the Forests for their Green: The Economic Benefits of Forest Protection, Recreation, and Restoration
. Northwest and Northern Plains Offices, Sierra Club, June 2000. (35 pages; call#333.7814 L423s) Shattered Solitude / Eroded Habitat: The Motorization of the Lands of Lewis and Clark
Out of Sight, Out of Mind and Almost Out of Time: Towards an Effective System of Marine Protected Areas in British Colombia. Sierra Club of British Colombia, April 2000. (35 pages; call#333.9164 W155o)
. Sierra Club, Spring 2000. (21 pages; call#307.14 Sp76) Sprawl Costs Us All: How Your Taxes Fuel Suburban Sprawl
. Amnesty International and Sierra Club, 2nd ed., January 2000. (31 pages; call#341.481 En89) Environmentalists Under Fire: 10 Urgent Cases of Human Rights Abuses
Corporate Hogs at the Public Trough: How Your Tax Dollars Help Bring Polluters into Your Neighborhood. Sierra Club's campaign to protect America's water from factory farm pollution, 1999. (23 pages; call#363.7394 C817)
Canada's Ancient Rainforest: Home of the Great Bears and Wild Salmon. Sierra Club of British Columbia, 1999. (22 pages; call#333.75 Y844c)
. Sierra Club's second annual report on sprawl, 1999. (23 pages; call#307.14 So489) Solving Sprawl: The Sierra Club Rates the States
. Sierra Club, 1999. (45 pages; call#333.78 Sp25) SPARE America's Wildlands: The Sierra Club Plan to Protect Our National and Neighborhood Wild
Places and Open Spaces
. Sierra Club. Cancer Pollution Report, 1998
. Sierra Club Sprawl Report, 1998. (29 pages; call#307.14 D248)(1997) The Dark Side of the American Dream: The Costs and Consequences of Suburban Sprawl
Suburban Sprawl Costs Us All in the Midwest: How Suburban Sprawl Threatens Our Families, Our Communities, and Our Quality of Life. Midwest Office, Sierra Club, 1997. (23 pages; call #307.14 H879s)(1996)
. Midwest Office, Sierra Club, 1996. (18 pages; call # 307.14 H879su) Sprawl Costs Us All: How Uncontrolled Sprawl Increases Your Property Taxes and Threatens Your Quality of Life
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