In This Issue
- Hounding the Opposition Known as "bird-doggers"
for hounding the opposition and flushing out the truth, Sierra Club activists are hitting
the campaign trail and homing in on the 104th Congress' most notorious eco-frauds. By
- Bird-doggin' 101 Try bird-dogging -- following candidates
around from one event to another to "set the record straight" on their
exaggerated claims. Here are some helpful hints to show you how. By Ann Riley.
- Seven Candidates Polluters Hate Profiles of seven green
candidates running for seats in the House and the Senate.
- Mining Activists Dig in at Home Mining activists are busy
protecting their communities and wild areas from mining pollution. By Marie Dolcini.
- Alerts Two alerts, the first alerts us to Louisiana-Pacific's
plan to extend a monopoly contract for Alaska's Tongass National Forest wood. Stop the
clearcuts by getting involved! The second alert is about the efforts by developers to
promote mitigation banking and destroy wetlands.
- Follow Up: Updates on Sierra Club Campaigns A Congressional
update on drinking water, nuclear waste transport, and dolphin-safe tuna bills.
- Club Beat Find out what is going on around the Club in
Clubbeat. We are being heard from Maine to California. Also, activist tools available, a
conference on forests in Canada and a reminder to run for the National Board of Directors.
- Torpedo the Dams -- Full Speed Ahead! Two dam victories in
Oregon and California. It's about damn time.
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