September 17, 2014
The Sierra Club's Borderlands Team got a little love from the media last week when Environment and Energy Publishing's Greenwire ran one story about coalition efforts to restore environmental protections along the U.S.-Mexico border and another profiling the Club's work on the issue. And just in...
September 17, 2014
As a child, I spent a lot of time traveling with my family to different national parks, national monuments and other beautiful areas. It was something we enjoyed doing together and something that brought us closer together. Although we loved to get outdoors and explore new places, visiting the San...
September 16, 2014
Today, the high powered Global Commission on the Climate and Economy released its flagship report on global coal use and the economy: The New Climate Economy. The report pulls no punches when it comes to coal, including a call for a global coal phaseout involving an immediate end to investments in...
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September 15, 2014
During the dog days of summer late last month, the Sierra Club sponsored a "Beat the Heat" event in Bellevue, Washington, to support Governor Jay Inslee's call for climate action and pressure Puget Sound Energy (PSE) to come up with a plan to transition from coal to clean energy. Free ice cream...
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