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Sierra magazine March/April 2009

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Hot off the Press
Even if we put the brakes on CO2 , the climate will continue to change. Global Warming, Natural Hazards, and Emergency Management tells how our communities can prepare.

Frugal Environmentalism
Saving the earth on the cheap

Spout Extras
More reader complaints and compliments—and lively debates over recent stories

Gimme Green Shelter
Share your ideas for ecofriendly living or work spaces

The Green Life blog
Weekly lifestyle tidbits, updates, and archives

Mr. Green's blog
Read rants and raves from our readers, peruse column archives, and find out how to order a copy of Hey Mr. Green: Sierra Magazine's Answer Guy Tackles Your Toughest Green Living Questions

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features

Killing King Coal
Activists use every tool to dethrone America's dirtiest fuel.
SCOTT MARTELLE

Bikes!
Putting the whee! in "wheels."
DELLA WATSON

Because It Hurts
The agony and ecstasy of cycling Mt. Hood.
PETER FRICK-WRIGHT

Goo Goo G'joob
Sierra's 13th travel contest eggs readers on to cool prizes.

A Sandy Place to Stop Thinking
Adventure melts into Oman's bedouin life.
TRACY JOHNSTON

Anatomy of an Oil Spill
Who's watching the shore? Eyes peeled for terrorists, the Coast Guard misses the muck.
DAVID HELVARG


departments

Spout
Wheels. But seriously!

Create
Goodbye, utility bill

Enjoy
  • Chips, soda, and beer
  • Long swims in slime
  • Backcountry cooking

    Hey Mr. Green
    Advice about procreation and recreational eating

    Smile
    The original slow food

    Ponder
    Great ape escape

    Explore
    Mt. Erebus, Antarctica

    Act
    Another Chicago organizer

  • Innovate
    Cooler geothermal energy

    Grapple
  • Detroit's salvation
  • Whale whispers
  • Long stories short: Up to Speed

    Comfort Zone
    Big views and buzztails

    Mixed Media
  • Food politics
  • Reaching new cars

    Bulletin
    Sierra Club Green Home
    Tired of tires


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