Sierra Club fights for Wind Production Tax Credit

The Sierra Club launched a national ad campaign in mid-June, urging Congress to reauthorize a critical incentive for domestic wind energy investments. The effort focuses on members of Congress with wind manufacturing jobs in their districts, and states that are at risk if the Wind Production Tax Credit is not renewed.

Chapter bids farewell to staffer Jennifer Robinson

Jennifer Hodgen Robinson has left the Angeles Chapter after eight years as a conservation staff member.

Robinson, who most recently was co-acting director of the Chapter with George Watland, left June 11 to relocate to the East Coast.

George Watland named Angeles Chapter Senior Director

George Watland steps up as senior director of the Angeles Chapter Sierra Club.

Kayaking? Check. Hiking? Check. ICO takes LA students on Catalina campout

Most of the middle school kids had never been on a boat before. Most had never learned to swim, had never snorkeled or kayaked. And all 73 of them discovered a newfound love of camping and the outdoors.

Six things you don't know about going solar

Summer is here!

With more daylight to burn, rooftop solar panels around the country are generating lots of clean energy and powering thousands of homes.
 When you go solar with the Sierra Club and Sungevity by June 30, you will receive a special $1,000 discount and the Angeles Chapter will receive $750 to continue to protect our local communities and environment.

Sierra Club activists worked hard for new New Mexico national monument

San Onofre Priorities: On-Site Safety, Off-Site Storage

Climate change rally: Hands Across the Harbor in L.A.

How much do you know about the local effects of climate change?

A new and better plan to protect Santa Monica Mountains

Supreme Court sides with environmental groups in key cross-state air pollution ruling

The U.S. Supreme Court issued its opinion on April 29 in a case considering the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Cross-State Air Pollution rule, which will protect Americans from dangerous cross-state air pollution from coal-fired power plants. The court gave a complete and resounding victory to EPA, putting back in place a protection that will reduce soot and smog pollution from power plants in 28 states, improve air quality, and reduce life-threatening respiratory illnesses that affect millions of Americans.


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