The Sierra Summit took place in San Francisco from September 8-11. Between dozens of speakers, 50-odd program sessions, the direction-setting process, outings, and an exposition hall bursting with green products and ideas, far too much was going on for us to offer anything more than a representative slice here. For the whole enchilada, go to sierrasummit2005.org.
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Democracy Breaks Out
Summit delegates choose 'New Energy Future' as grassroots top priority
Political Will Is a Renewable Resource
Al Gore urges 'moral action' to address global warming
Turning Resources into Power
Marshall Ganz on the key elements of organizing
Taking Money from Criminals
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., calls for separation of corporation, media, and state
Politicians Are Our Followers and We Are Their Leaders
Arianna Huffington on why Katrina is a teachable moment
The Edible Revolution
If Chez Panisse started a delicious revolution, Alice Waters has been its caterer
Mayor Newsom: How Cities Can Lead the Way
'Hold us accountable,' he says. 'There's so much more we can do.'
It's All About Leadership
Give Yourself the Freedom to Dream
Looking Like America
Diversity is crucial to success
'It Can Make Us Better'
Katrina evacuee Darryl Malek-Wiley on rebuilding New Orleans equitably
Take Back Our Rivers
Mississippi River cleanup organizer Chad Pregracke on the value of vision
Global Warming Takes Center Stage
Consumers, industry increasingly concerned
Club President Lisa Renstrom on the Third Wave of Environmentalism
Is the U.S. Model Really Better?
Europe’s energy consumption is half that of United States
Restoring the Wild
Improving the environmental stewardship of Marine bases
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