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The Massachusetts chapter of the Sierra Club has a forty year history of accomplishment.
Energy efficiency is often referred to as the "first fuel" because the cheapest and cleanest energy is that which you don't use!
Kermode bears, otherwise known as the spirit bears, are playing a major role in the struggle to protect the Great Bear Rain Forest in western Canada. Read about these endangered bears and their habitat.
Climate Change in the Arctic A Polar Explorer’s Perspective Glen Ellyn Civic Center, December 2, 2015 at 7 pm, Sponsored by the River Prairie Group.
Tennessee State Parks protection and conservation
 The Sierra Club’s members are 1.3 million of your friends and neighbors. Inspired by nature, we work together to protect our communities and the planet.
Katrina 10 rebuild resist renew
A decade after Hurricane Katrina made landfall, the Gulf Coast still fights for the most basic of rights: to return home, breathe clean air, and drink clean water. Though the community has done much to rebuild green and start to rebuild the Bayou, there is still much to be done. Watch the video, then join the movement to REBUILD, RESIST, and RENEW.
Moved by Ruhel Islam’s dedication to sustainability and his community, North Star Chapter Executive Committee member Louis Alemayehu was determined to learn about the roots of Islam’s values and to speak with citizens of Bangladesh, one of the countries considered most vulnerable to climate change. To that end, he organized a MNIPL delegation to Bangladesh with Islam and Tobias Ten Napal, a St. Thomas student and World Citizen member.
Mass. chapter is advocating for strong clean energy policies to support solar and wind installations
The Sierra Club is the oldest, largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States. Minnesota’s North Star Chapter is looking for committed volunteer interns to work with our local staff and dedicated volunteer leaders on our green transportation campaign.
Beach Sand Replacement is a strategy used to address beach sand erosion caused by storms.
Utilities pass on the cost of $90M of lost and unaccounted for gas to ratepayers every year. This must stop.
Sierra Club Outdoors is offering grants to non-profit organizations working on trails that connect communities with nature. The application deadline is September 30.Contact our outings chair, Jae, for more information.
Wednesday, December 14, 7:00 pm Glen Ellyn Civic Center, 535 Duane St., Glen Ellyn "Dangers of Oil Train Transportation"