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Sierra Club Runs Boston Marathon
Sierra Club Foundation Director Peter Martin lined up among thousands of competitors at the annual Boston Marathon, to run for a cause that’s close to his heart.
Free Mobile Game Helps Kids Fight Climate Change
Nonprofit Cool the Earth releases the environmental app for Earth Day
Pennsylvania Reins In Fracking
With rallies, protests, lobbying, and letter-writing campaigns, Pennsylvania Sierra Club activists have been working to rein in their state's fracking juggernaut.
Going the Extra Mile for Clean Energy
Matthew Kearns: Offshore wind energy activist, former member of the Sierra Club Long Island Group's executive committee, long-distance runner.
Faces of Clean Energy
CEO of Sunrun Explains the Future of Solar Power
Lynn Jurich, The CEO of solar-leasing company Sunrun has a plan for your roof.
The Sierra Club's New Tool for Smart People to Do Good Work
AddUp helps us come together and win.
Enough Is Enough: Ironton, Louisiana, Nixes New Coal Terminal
Racism and coal: The southern Louisiana community of Ironton is finished with both.
Jane Kim's Migrating Murals
A San Francisco-based artist helps endangered species through public art.
Wood Bison Return to the Alaskan Wilderness
After disappearing from Alaska more than a century ago, the wood bison is finally returning home.
Can Street Art Get San Franciscans to Take Drought Seriously?
Artist Emily Schlickman reveals the city's forgotten waterways in San Francisco's Market Street Prototyping Festival.
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