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Glen Dawson to mark a century!

PDF of March/April 2012 Issue

Download the Southern Sierran issue March/April 2012 [PDF:5.3Mb] published by the Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club, serving Los Angeles and Orange counties.

PDF of January/February 2012 Issue

Download the Southern Sierran issue January/February 2012 [PDF:3.3Mb] published by the Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club, serving Los Angeles and Orange counties.

Chapter's new Conservation Program Manager

I am pleased to announce that Angélica González has been hired as the new Conservation Program Manager for the Sierra Club Angeles Chapter with a start date of Monday, Sept. 29, 2014.

L.A.'s Climate March: A diverse new mainstream goes green?

It was a comfortable Saturday afternoon, cool compared to the past week’s scalding heat. As I stepped off a Metro Rapid bus onto Wilshire Boulevard, the sounds of earnest protest rang through the street. Extending for nearly 2 miles, the Sep. 20 Building Blocks Against Climate Changedemonstration expressed L.A.'s solidarity with the hundreds of thousands who marched in New York City the next day demanding action from leaders at the U.N. Climate Summit.

People's Climate March Los Angeles

People's Climate March LA

AltCar Expo and Conference at Santa Monica Civic Auditorium

Visit the 9th annual AltCar Expo and Conference this Friday and Saturday, September 19th and 20thth at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, East Wing, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.  

Sierra Club members get free admission to LA Green Festival

Chapter's ICO volunteer Shirley Hickman to receive national Sierra Club Award

Angeles Chapter member Shirley Hickman of Los Angeles will be presented with the Madelyn Pyeatt Award from national Sierra Club for her 25 years of work with the Chapter’s Inspiring Connections Outdoors (ICO) program for 25 years. That program will receive $500 in recognition of Hickman’s award and commitment to taking urban youth into the wilds..

San Onofre: Why should consumers foot the $3.1 billion bill for flawed plant?

Environmental and consumer groups got the best news about San Onofre in September since the troubled nuclear plant was shut permanently in June 2013.

Mike Florio, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) lead commissioner on San Onofre, announced that “big changes” were needed in a proposed settlement that would dump on utility customers the entire $3.1 billion economic loss from shutting the plant a decade earlier than planned. Florio said the settlement must be revised to make it significantly more favorable to consumers.

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