Take Action: Protect the Health of People Who Live Near Mountaintop-Removal Mines
Take Action: Tell President Obama to Reject Keystone XL
The State Department has released its revised report on the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. Shockingly, the report still downplays the overall effect of the tar sands on our climate. But while the report may be outrageous malpractice, science is on our side. We have several weeks during this comment period, the biggest one yet, to speak out and show President Obama that there is a national movement demanding he keep his climate promises.
This is the final comment period -- tell President Obama to reject Keystone XL.
Video: Look Who Hung Out With Us
Diversity, outdoor recreation, and the future of our natural heritage. That was the topic of a Google+ Hangout hosted by Sierra Club President Allison Chin that featured Outdoor Afro and the Children & Nature Network, among others.
Watch the discussion and find out about the challenges and solutions that come with making our natural wonders accessible to everyone.
Photo Contest: What's Your Favorite Piece of America?
Recently students at the University of North Carolina voted overwhelmingly in favor of the school The Sierra Club is launching the My Piece of America photo contest to encourage our members, supporters, and aspiring photographers nationwide to explore and enjoy our wild places on America's public lands -- and then to add their contribution to the greater effort to protect them. The winning photograph will be featured widely across Sierra Club's online presence and seen by millions of people.
Upload your favorite photo of an American wild place now!
Photo: Jeff Clay