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9.8.14
  Coming Clean
Any society that can conceive of and execute something as recklessly ambitious as tar-sands mining should find the transformation to a clean-energy e...
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9.2.14
Calling all volunteers for Sierra Club Military Outdoor's 3rd annual 911 Climb. This year's objective is the American Classic Mount Torment to Mount ...
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9.2.14
"The Cedar Mesa country in southeast Utah is a land of convoluted cliffs with arches, natural bridges, hoodoos, spires, hat rocks, ledges, and alcove...
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9.1.14
Labor Day marks not only the end of summer, but a momentous moment in our nation's history-- a moment that began at the Pullman Historic site in Chic...
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8.29.14
  Compass
India’s coal bubble is perilously close to bursting. This week the Indian court system handed down three landmark energy rulings. While an ultimate d...
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8.29.14
Photo from the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska. Labor Day represents the end of summer-- and nothing says summer quite like a trip to the beach. At ...
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8.28.14
  Compass
This week, my small town in West Virginia cut the ribbon on a solar project that isn't just the largest crowd-funded solar project in the state, but ...
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8.27.14
  Compass
After the U.S. Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im) stated last month that it was considering financing Reliance Energy’s 3,960-megawatt Tilaiya Ultra Mega Pow...
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8.27.14
Bordered by the Thunder Ridge Wilderness, Blue Ridge Parkway, and Petites Gap Road in the south; and the James River in the northeast, the James Rive...
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8.22.14
This trip added onto my "wilderness" experience. The bee's were mean, the hygiene system was so luxurious, and the rafting was adventurous. At the ve...
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8.20.14
  Ecocentro
Por Javier Sierra Pati Calzada vive con el miedo como constante compañero. Su hijo de seis años de edad, Abraham, sufre de asma, y sus frecuentes ata...
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8.19.14
  Coming Clean
Years ago, the conventional wisdom was that going up against the coal industry was a losing proposition. After all, there was a reason the industry w...
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8.18.14
  Ecocentro
Los Puertos de México en el Pacífico y en la Costa de Texas Podrían Sentir el Impacto de la Decisión Portland, Oregón — Los puertos de la costa pacíf...
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8.12.14
  Coming Clean
"Colleges and universities should be leading the charge on sustainability and the transition from fossil fuels to clean energy."
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8.12.14
  Ecocentro
San Francisco — Sierra Magazine, la publicación oficial del Sierra Club, hizo públicos hoy los resultados de las universidades más verdes (“Cool Scho...
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8.8.14
As I've written before, "human economies are still so far from real sustainability that even a highly idealized portfolio of our most sustainable ent...
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8.5.14
[In this post, Green Alpha Senior Vice President Robert Muir discusses the opportunities and risks of investing in renewable energy yieldco's. - GJ] ...
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7.8.14
About three weeks ago, I posted a piece called "RGS Energy, Tempered, Opportunistic Growth," an optimistic bit of coverage on one of our holdings, (R...
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5.30.14
30 great hikes and an inside look at National Parks
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5.28.14
"Fracking" finds its way into the dictionary.
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Michael Brune

The blog of Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune

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Compass

Pointing the way to a clean energy future.

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Ecocentro

Bienvenidos a Ecocentro, un recurso del Sierra Club para la comunidad latina sobre el medio ambiente y la salud de su familia.

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Explore

Stories of personal encounters with the natural world.

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Green Alpha's Next Economy

The emerging green economy, green investing, and the roles of climate science, policy, and trends.

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The Green Life

Ideas for living well and doing good from Sierra magazine.

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Hey Mr. Green!

Sierra Magazine's answer guy answers your green living questions.

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Lay of the Land

All things lands and wildlife.

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Sierra Club Outdoors

Connecting military families with the healing powers of our natural heritage.

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Sierra Daily

Environmental news from the editors of Sierra magazine.

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The Planet

Sierra Club stories from the front lines.

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Power to Change

News from Sierra Club President David Scott.

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