Earth Month: A Livable Planet For All

Earth Month: Change Powered by People

Earth Month: Change Powered by People

We not only fight to protect the planet and communities on Earth Day, we do it 365 days a year. This April we’re focusing on the people who are making a difference—sharing powerful stories of people in communities across the country making lasting change.

This Earth Month, there's something for everyone. Whether it's a local hike, a Chapter meeting, or a rally—get involved and get outdoors!

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We’re building a movement that helps people from all walks of life connect to protect the places they live and the lands they love. See what’s happening in your neck of the woods.

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Don't miss out on your 2023 Earth Day t-shirt!

Gear Up With Our New Earth Day Collection

Celebrate Earth Month this year with amazing eco-friendly products that you can use around the house or out and about. Take a look at our collection of t-shirts, organic hoodies, bags, coloring books, and more!

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How a Climate Bill Became Law

Grassroots power was key to passage of the Inflation Reduction Act: I am one of those grassroots environmentalists. I grew up in India, in the capital of Delhi, which has some of the worst air pollution in the world. I saw the harms caused by polluted air, as my mother suffered from bronchitis and asthma.

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Ms. Green (a.k.a. Jessian Choy) will tackle any puzzle, no matter how big or small, whether it’s something global like clean transportation or the value of a plant-based diet, or something granular but no less weighty, like a plastic-free way to brush your teeth. This Earth Month, Ms. Green has the tips you need—and if not—you can ask Ms. Green a question!

Ask Ms. Green!

Ever wonder how to buy less toxic products? Or how to recycle a tennis ball? Ms. Green can help!

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This Earth Month: Protect Public Lands and Keep Our Communities Safe

Your support will help all of our vital work to fight for environmental justice, keep our air and water clean, and move toward a more just, equitable and sustainable future.

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On your next Zoom call, take a trip to the desert!

Get Outdoors With Our Virtual Backgrounds

Want to change up your scenery while working remotely? The next Zoom call you join, make sure you get outdoors with the Sierra Club by downloading our backgrounds below and uploading them to Zoom.

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The Sierra Club's National Parks coloring book.

Color Your Favorite Park

Download your coloring pages and then share your finished project by taking a photo and tagging the Sierra Club!

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A Podcast For the Next Generation

Once Upon a Meadow is a new weekly podcast for 4- to 9-year-olds, featuring stories on environmental and social justice paired with fun follow-up activities.

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