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Ten Ways to Make the Environment Matter on November 2

Election Day is coming fast. And there’s still time to make a difference. While war and the economy are dominating the attention of Americans, for one in ten voters, the environment is the most important electoral issue, according to a Yale Survey in May 2004. Here are ten ways to make the environment matter on November 2.


Making Contact: Sierra Club voter education efforts are now underway in 11 key battleground sites. Above, a young volunteer distributes literature in Reno, Nevada.


In Philadelphia, Service Employees International Union members join Sierra Club members in a “blue-green” outreach, going door-to-door to educate voters about the presidential candidates’ records on clean air and clean water.



At left, a participant in the Club’s “Road to Somewhere” program arrives in Reno, clipboard and lunch in hand.

 

 

 

 

 
 

October 2004

Feature Stories

Ten Ways to Make A Difference on November 2

Road to Somewhere

Toxic Fallout: Ground Zero Report Documents Deception

Dupont Toxic Dump Plan Derailed

Goals for Our Children

Fear and Logging in Tahoe

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