Courtney Bourgoin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Oakland, CA—Sierra magazine’s January/ February edition is now on newsstands and arriving at subscribers’ homes.
A cover story about China’s “Belt and Road Initiative”—a multi-trillion dollar plan for a massive infrastructure expansion across Asia and Africa. Hong Kong-based journalist Mike Ives looks at the huge impacts to wildlife and the environment. Breathtaking photos from Ian Teh.
In “Nevertheless, They Persisted,” Aaron Skirboll writes about one small town in Pennsylvania and its successful fight against the fracked gas industry.
A 2020 vision from Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune. For the protection of lands, water, wildlife, and communities in the face of a climate crisis, Brune says the 2020s could be the most defining decade yet.
“The Destruction Caused by the Border Wall Is Worse Than You Think,” by Adam Federman: a revealing look at the alarming damage caused by the Border Patrol in the Arizona desert.
From Stephen Miller, an examination of Colorado’s contentious wildlife management debate in “The Curious Case of the Rabbit Mountain Elk.” Photos by Dana Romanoff.
About the Sierra Club
The Sierra Club is America’s largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization, with more than 3.5 million members and supporters. In addition to protecting every person's right to get outdoors and access the healing power of nature, the Sierra Club works to promote clean energy, safeguard the health of our communities, protect wildlife, and preserve our remaining wild places through grassroots activism, public education, lobbying, and legal action. For more information, visit www.sierraclub.org.