September 22, 2014
"Coursing through Midtown, from Columbus Circle to Times Square and the Far West Side, the People's Climate March was a spectacle even for a city known for doing things big." So said the New York Times in its front-page coverage of the People's Climate March in Manhattan. More than 310,000...
September 20, 2014
This week on Sierra Club Radio: Repeat show from November 13, 2010 Mark Sumner, author of The Evolution of Everything: How Selection Shapes Culture, Commerce, and Nature Martin Reed from I Love Blue Sea, on sustainable seafood Steve Pine and Agnes Kovacs from the Chicago Zoological Society talk...
September 19, 2014
"In New York, I will announce that the government will change its position on the financing of coal-fired power plants abroad." -- German Federal Environment Minister Barbara Hendriks September 17th, 2014. This exciting statement could substantially change what German overseas investments, from...
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September 18, 2014
Gas drilling rig near Clearville, Pennsylvania. Photo by Mark Schmerling. By Ivy Main, Sierra Club Virginia Chapter Chair I grew up with brothers, so I knew from an early age that the easiest way to make friends with guys was to feed them chocolate chip cookies. I took this strategy with me to...
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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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