Sierra Club's Inner-City Outings program wins president's award

Sierra Club Inner City Outings volunteer leaders were selected to receive a Community Leadership Award from the 2013 President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition for exemplary service and dedication to improving the lives of others by promoting and fostering opportunities for participation in fitness, sports or nutrition programs.

San Onofre: A hard-won victory

Environmental activists and local citizens breathed a collective sigh of relief on June 7 when Southern California Edison announced it was abandoning efforts to restart the troubled San Onofre nuclear power plant near San Clemente.

Failed San Onofre Nuclear Plant to Close, Persistent Protest Pays Off

Photo © 2010 Darrell Clarke, courtesy Sierra Club Library

June 7, 2013 – A red letter day in Southern California as Edison International announces the closure of the failed San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) near San Clemente, California.

Federal research on climate change isn't new, but it is vital

For some time the scientific community has accepted that human activities are responsible for significantly altering our atmosphere, oceans, land, polar ice caps and ecosystems.

2013 Awards Banquet thank yous

Angeles Chapter members gathered May 5 at the Brookside Country Club in Pasadena to celebrate the achievements of some really fine volunteers. Guests mingled at the pre-dinner reception to the sounds of guitar music, engaging in friendly discussions and greeting old friends. 

Endorsement for Elections on May 21

City of Los Angeles

Eric Garcetti

Living the plastics-free life

Perhaps you already bring your own reusable grocery bags, have kicked the bottled water habit and know better than to microwave in plastics, but still find daily life swimming in plastics and want to use less of it.


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