Listening: David Simon, at top, chair of the Outdoor Activities Governance Committee,
prepares to hug to an award winner at the Sierra Club Annual Banquet
in September 2003. Second from top, students from Alianza School in
Watsonville, California, join Sierra Club and O’Neill Sea Odyssey
as part of the Inside the Outdoors program, an outdoor environmental
education program for underserved children. Former Sierra Club President
Jennifer Ferenstein, third from top, listens attentively at the September
Board of Directors meeting, with Director Ben Zuckerman to her right.
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How to Stop the Bush Administration? Start Talking.
Going Beyond Green
Partnerships Program Builds Bridges
Victories to Savor
Despite the rash of bleak announcements from the White House,
the Club had plenty to cheer about in 2003—especially
the Senate rejection of the Bush energy bill.
Is Your Relationship In Trouble?
Seven Danger Signs
The Energy Plan That Could Be
(If only they’d allow some environmentalists to help write the
How to Protect National Forests
When Your President Won’t
Family Planning Yields Results In Ecuador
Pioneering Program Combines Family Planning With Community Assistance
2003 Year in Review Calendar
1 Minute Activist:
Keep the Bush Energy Bill Where It Is Now—Dead, But Not Forgotten