Sierra Club, Arizona's Grand Canyon Chapter
Help Save Energy and Dollars!
Oppose HB2404 - prohibits local energy efficiency efforts
TEP Customers: Support Energy Efficiency!
Send a message to the Arizona Corporation Commission supporting Energy Efficiency Programs for Tucson Electric Power.
APS CUSTOMERS: Please support energy efficiency!
If you are an APS customer, please send a letter to the Arizona Corporation Commission in support of APS's energy efficiency programs.
Please oppose repeal of energy efficiency standards
Ask representatives to oppose repeal of energy efficient pool pump standards
Protect Public Lands from Off-road vehicle damage
Ask legislators to oppose bill to undermine off-road vehicle enforcement on public lands
Help Protect & Restore Our Forests!
Please speak up to help strengthen the Four Forests Restoration Initiative (4FRI)!
Help Protect Oak Flat!
Help protect Oak Flat and surrounding areas from a proposed land exchange and associated mining activities.
No More Walls! Restore the Rule of Law!
Ask your senators and house member to oppose the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013, which would continue to waste taxpayers' money while harming our environment.
Stop a Uranium Mine from Opening Near Grand Canyon!
Please send a message to Kaibab National Forest asking them to put the brakes on reopening Canyon Mine, which will harm Grand Canyon and the areas around it.
Tell Congress: "Don't Sacrifice the Border!"
Tell Congress that they need to do more than just throw money at our border problems; they need to work toward real solutions.
Tell the Arizona Corporation Commission: Tusayan Development Still Holds No Water
Let the Arizona Corporation Commissioners know that you're concerned about Tusayan's plans to develop land just south of Grand Canyon National Park, which could negatively affect Grand Canyon's waters.
Oppose bills to undermine constitutional rights!
Oppose SCR1019, a bill that would hinder citizen initiative rights
What "Border Wars"?
Let National Geographic know what you think of its "Border Wars" program and its misrepresentations of our borderlands.