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Angeles Chapter video builds on John Muir's legacy

The Sierra Club draws its strength from passionate people. This idea motivated Angeles Chapter volunteers to create "Be Inspired and Get Involved With the Angeles Chapter," a professionally-shot look at our expanding outreach. Profound environmental challenges have arisen in the century since John Muir walked here, but his legacy lives on.

Sierra Club supports L.A.'s goal for living wages

The Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club supports raising the minimum wage in the City of Los Angeles because we realize that the struggles for environmental justice, protection & enjoyment of our earth and its resources, and a living wage are inextricably linked. 

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Happy New Year -- and welcome to the Year of Muir!

It’s been 100 years since John Muir walked this earth and we are planning a year-long celebration of his life and his contributions to environmental protection. The Sierra Club itself is one of many reminders of the legacy of Muir and our activism and successes are a tribute to his continued relevance.

Sustainability Forum Features Matt Petersen, LA Chief Sustainability Officer

Sierra Club Angeles Chapter invites you to our 2015 Sustainability Forum

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December 2014 Schedule of Activities is here!

The new December 2014 Schedule of Activities is out! Find hundreds of hikes, trips, outings and events this month. It also includes advance sign-ups for spring and summer trips too.

Come defend coastal lands at Coastal Commission hearing Jan. 7 – 9

For more than a decade, several coastal Sierra Club Task Forces have been working to protect and preserve our finite coastal resources in L.A. and Orange County.  These highly contentious projects will be coming before the California Coastal Commission from Jan. 7 – 9 in the Los Angeles area. (The exact meeting location TBA, with Santa Monica or West LA being likely locations.)

Sierra Club Task Forces need YOUR help and support!  

What's at stake if U2 musician is allowed to trash Malibu hillside

The hillside ridge, as seen from Malibu lagoon, where musician David Evans wants to build five mansions on sensitive coastal habitat. The Sierra Club opposes the project. Photo credit: Jim Kenney

Sierra Club urging Coastal Commission to protect Banning Ranch

View of the Newport Beach coastline from a high point in the Banning Ranch open space site.
 

How to make solar power even easier for consumers

California doubled its rooftop solar power installations last year and leads the nation as a solar power giant. These are heady times for the residential solar industry, which has spurred job growth and attracted billions of investment dollars in the state.

Giving Tuesday is December 2

 

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