September 29, 2014
We are excited to share Alexis Sotelo's moving essay about her experience, also in Aspen, Colorado where she was part of an Inspiring Connections Outdoors (ICO) service trip. Thanks to both Aaron and Alexis for sharing their thoughts with the world! Hello my name is Alexis and I attended the hiking...
September 27, 2014
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Richard Bell, co-author of a book called Nukespeak Avital Binshtock from Sierra Magazine shares tips on how to green your office Cris Costello talks with us about "red tide" in Florida and how the widespread use of fertilizers are affecting our oceans. Annie...
September 26, 2014
One result of neoliberalism, writes Mark Bittman in the New York Times, is that “some corporations are more powerful than governments.” This message was a theme of many of the signs and chants at the People’s Climate March, where more than 400,000 participants came together in New York...
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September 25, 2014
Photo courtesy of Greenpeace India The world’s largest public financier of overseas coal-fired power plants is facing serious pressure to move beyond coal. Earlier this month, four residents of the central Java district of Batang, Indonesia were in Tokyo to protest the Japanese government’s...
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Our Cool Schools 2014 scorecard
A dozen fifth-graders explore a mossy green paradise in the Great Smoky Mountains.
The guy who makes sure your clean energy future starts with a clean Internet experience.
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