September 8, 2015
Betsy Johnson was a single mother with a full-time job. When she joined the Maryland Chapter of the Sierra Club in 1996, she could only guess at what made a campaign successful and had no idea how to endorse a candidate who would secure environmental health.Yet before she knew it, Johnson found...
October 5, 2015
I was driving down from Denver where ten Sierra Club members and activists from New Mexico had traveled to testify in one of three EPA hearings on their newly proposed methane rules. The view was incredible with rainstorms rolling along the horizon, the sun illuminating the streaks of moisture...
October 3, 2015
Our guests this week are Hudson Henry the cinematographer of new documentary An American Ascent, covering the first African American expedition to take on Denali. Keith Geddes and John Thomas on the creation of a new hiking trail in Scotland called The John Muir Way.
October 2, 2015
In late September, the Sierra Club convened elected officials from across California to a Moving California Beyond Oil Summit, to address the problems of extreme crude facing the state, including fracking, urban oil drilling and explosive crude by rail, and how cities can adopt policies and leverage resources to transition the state to a clean fuel economy.
September 30, 2015
Last month, members of the Sierra Club's Borderlands Team traveled to Washington, D.C., to visit with members of Congress and talk about the Club's position on proposed legislation that affects the environment along the U.S.-Mexico border. particularly the Club's opposition to the misleadingly named Arizona Borderlands Preservation and Protection Act.
Lumber Liquidators was turning virgin trees from the world's last Siberian tiger habitat into floorboards.
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A Columbia student helps Nepali villagers deal with climate change.
A wig made of sea sponge protects this crustacean from predators.
Wisconsin and Florida officials adopt the bureaucratic equivalent of sticking their fingers in their ears and saying "la la la."
Now a successful solar entrepreneur, in 1979 15-year-old Larry Hoang was one of the "Vietnamese boat people."
Paddling among gators and very colorful locals on the Big Bend Saltwater Trail.
Why transmission beacons are a boon and a burden for search-and-rescuers.