- Stopping Sprawl
- Club keeps pressure on Clinton to approve
the EPA's proposed new standards for soot and smog.
- Club strategy for '98
means keeping grassroots mobilized by keeping
the issues in the public spotlight and holding decision-makers accountable.
- "Take More Money . . . and Run,"
a new report produced by the Sierra
Club and the Environmental Working Group, reveals the blatant link between
polluter political action committee contributions and anti-environment votes in
the U.S. Senate is now available.
- Club kicks off a redwood consumer campaign,
asking members and
businesses not to stock or use old-growth redwood. By Marie Dolcini.
- The Green Scissors '97 report
identifying more than $36 billion in
wasteful, environmentally destructive projects, is now available.
- Club Beat
- Freedom Centers open for the Ogoni 19,
- Everett Program provides internships for young environmentalists,
- Wisconsin Club activists force area
paper companies to clean up their act, and
- kids send a message to Clinton that they want global warming to end.
- Population funding is approved by Congress,
- the Canadian government moves forward in protecting
Banff National Park and
- the Clinton administration
cuts a deal with Louisiana Pacific in Alaska.
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