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Legislation has been introduced in both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives that would rubberstamp exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the U.S. without any review or protections in place for the American public and our environment. Share with Twitter Tell Your Friends

Take Action: Stop a Flood of Natural Gas Exports Take Action: Stop a Flood of Natural Gas Exports

Legislation has been introduced in both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives that would rubberstamp exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the U.S. without any review or protections in place for the American public and our environment. This would essentially open the floodgates for natural gas exports, leading to more hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") here at home and more climate-disrupting pollution.

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Tell your senators and representative to oppose legislation that would rubberstamp liquefied natural gas exports!


Take Action: Tell the Senate to Protect Clean Energy Jobs Take Action: Tell the Senate to Protect Clean Energy Jobs

Last week, the Senate Finance committee moved to extend a package of critical clean energy tax credits, including the production tax credit for wind. We need the Senate to vote on this package immediately to ensure that clean, cheap, American-made clean energy continues to grow.

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Please tell your senators to bring the EXPIRE Act to the floor and vote yes.


Grassroots Activism: Panthers vs. Big Oil Grassroots Activism: Panthers vs. Big Oil

The battle over proposed oil drilling near the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge isn't over, but we achieved a great victory last week. Thanks to the thousands of comments sent in and the many activists who attended and spoke at hearings, the Big Cypress Advisory Committee voted four to one to recommend denial of an exploratory oil drilling permit.

Learn more from Sierra Club Florida.


Action Update: Oh, Give Them a Home Action Update: Oh, Give Them a Home

A huge thank you to the more than 100,000 people who have submitted comments to Montana's Governor Bullock asking him to give bison room to roam!

The Sierra Club played a key role in the historic proposal (made last year by state agencies) to allow bison year-round access to several hundred thousand acres of habitat in Montana outside of Yellowstone National Park.

Congrats!


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