Take Action: Protect America's Wild Legacy
A few months ago, Congress passed a wilderness bill for the first time in five years. While we applaud that effort, several pieces of legislation with strong bipartisan support are still languishing in the House. It is long past time to pass these clean public lands bills and protect the lands and waters that make America so special.
Tell your member of Congress to protect America's wild legacy by passing more public lands bills.
Grassroots Activism: Something's Fishy in Alaska
It's the biggest climate fight you've never heard of -- the proposed Chuitna coal mine in Alaska. The mine would go straight through the last river where all five species of Pacific salmon thrive.
Thankfully, some amazing Sierra Club activists are on it and spreading the word.
Grassroots Activism: No! Not Our Beer!
If you really want to draw attention to climate disruption's severe effects -- talk about how it's going to affect beer! Sierra Club activists in St. Louis -- a well-known brewery city -- discussed exactly that issue at an event last week with Missouri State Senator Jamilah Nasheed, the NAACP, clean energy businesses, and the Urban Chestnut Brewing Co.
Grassroots Activism: Frack 'n' Roll
Dozens of people turned out for a bike ride and rally to oppose fracking in Louisiana's St. Tammany Parish last week.
The pedal-powered event caught the media's attention -- and residents are hoping to stop the fracking in its tracks.