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The Planet

The Planet--FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

The Planet, May 1997, Volume 4, number 4

Is U.S. Rep. Jane Redwood a friend or foe of the environment?
Contact the Club's Washington, D.C. office at (202) 547-1141.
A garbage dump is being build in my county. What can I do? What is the Club doing?
Call your chapter. You'll get information on what the statewide Club is doing about it and how you can get involved.
What is the Club's official policy on global warming and ozone depletion?
Visit the Club's Web site at http://www.sierraclub.org to view the Club's conservation policies. Or contact the Information Center at (415) 977-5653 or <information@sierraclub.org>
I am doing a radio interview for my local Sierra Club group. Do you have background materials on the history and accomplishments of the Club?
Contact the Information Center at the national office at (415) 977-5653 or e-mail: <information@sierraclub.org> for written materials on Club history.
I'm writing a report on tropical rainforests for my 5th grade class. Can the Club send me information?
Contact the Information Center at (415) 977-5653 or e-mail <information@sierraclub.org> for factsheets on various environmental issues.
I'm working on sprawl issues in my chapter. Is there a national committee or task force at the Club I can contact for more information?
Call the Activist Desk in San Francisco at (415) 977-5747 for the name of a volunteer contact or for a copy of the Guide to Volunteers.

http://www.sierraclub.org/planet/199705/faq.asp


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