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A More Livable Environment

The Sierra Club Angeles Chapter seeks to engage its members and the public in a range of activities to make Los Angeles and Orange Counties more livable. Volunteer activists promote livability in their communities by organizing around everything from land preservation and public transportation to air quality and sustainable consumption.

Among our current priorities are:

Preserving Open Space
We are working to stop poorly planned commercial and residential development that is chipping away at critical native habitats and outdoor recreation areas.

       
 

Ballona Wetlands Restoration Committee
Saddleback Canyons Task Force
Banning Ranch Task Force
Save Hobo Aliso Task Force
Coyote Hills Task Force

Save Montebello Hills Task Force
Friends of the Foothills
Save the Puente-Chino Hills Task Force
Griffith Park Task Force
South Bay Open Spaces Task Force

 
       

 

Promoting Sustainability
We are working to support more sustainable energy, development, and transportation policies in Los Angeles and Orange counties, especially transit, plug-in vehicles, solar power, energy efficiency, and livable communities.

       
 

Climate Change Committee
Green Building Committee
Harbor Vision Committee
International Issues Committee

San Onofre Task Force
Transportation Committee
Zero Waste Committee

 
       

 

Protecting Natural Resources
A priority for the Angeles Chapter is monitoring and promoting water quality and conservation, protecting local habitats and native species.

       
 

Endangered Species/Wildlife Committee
Forest Committee
San Gabriel Valley Task Force

Santa Ana Mountains Task Force
Santa Monica Mountains Task Force
Water Committee

 
       
 
 
[El Dorado Nature Center, Long Beach, header photo by Tom Politeo]