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March 7 is the last day to urge President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry to reject the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. With your help, it's time to defeat Keystone XL once and for all. Share with Twitter Tell Your Friends

Take Action: Last Chance to Comment on Keystone XL Take Action: Last Chance to Comment on Keystone XL

March 7 is the last day to urge President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry to reject the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. With your help, it's time to defeat Keystone XL once and for all. President Obama vowed to reject the pipeline if the project would "significantly exacerbate the problem of carbon pollution." The facts are clear: Keystone XL fails President Obama's climate test.

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Take Action: Protect Our Watersheds From Mountaintop-Removal Coal Mining Take Action: Protect Our Watersheds From Mountaintop-Removal Coal Mining

Next week, the House of Representatives will decide on whether the coal industry can dump its toxic mining waste into our streams and waterways. Big polluters lost this battle in court, but now they are using this bill as an end run to bring a destructive Bush-era policy back to life. With hundreds of miles of waterways at risk, we must protect communities living downstream from dangerous coal mining pollution.

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Tell your representative to vote no on HR 2824!


Grassroots Activism: Coal Export Terminal Rejected in Oakland Grassroots Activism: Coal Export Terminal Rejected in Oakland

A huge congrats to the Sierra Club activists around Oakland, California. Over the past six months, local and national Sierra Club volunteers and staff have formed a coalition of groups to work against a proposed coal export terminal. And when the coal export proposal came up for a vote last week, the coalition turned out more than 40 community activists on short notice, all of whom expressed their opposition.

And the city of Oakland rejected the terminal!

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Grassroots Activism: Baltimore Inner City Outings Rocks! Grassroots Activism: Baltimore Inner City Outings Rocks!

"The main thing I want to do is get kids comfortable in the outdoors. From that comfort, they can then learn to appreciate nature, and a desire to protect the natural world often follows." Baltimore Inner City Outings leader Brad Hunter is a phenomenal volunteer.

Learn more about his work and why Baltimore ICO is so awesome.


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