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Take Action: Join Us at the Largest Tar Sands Protest in History Take Action: Join Us at the Largest Tar Sands Protest in History

On November 6, the Sierra Club is gathering with thousands of allies to circle the White House and rally against tar sands. Our goal is to have 5,000 people united to tell President Obama to reject this dirty pipeline proposal and move our nation Beyond Oil.

Will you join us? Watch the video from Michael Brune. (And there are things you can do to help even if you can't come to Washington, DC).


Take Action: Keep Our Rivers Wild and Scenic Take Action: Keep Our Rivers Wild and Scenic

Legislators from Minnesota and Wisconsin are pushing a radical bill that would facilitate construction of a $700 million bridge over a protected river. In fact, the bill would set a never-before-seen precedent, as such a highway has never before been allowed over a congressionally designated wild and scenic river. Representative Betty McCollum (D-MN) has crafted a letter to the House leadership asking that this controversial bill receive the debate it deserves.

Ask your Representative to sign onto this letter.

Grassroots Activism: How the Arctic Inspires Grassroots Activism: How the Arctic Inspires

Duane Greuel may be from Wisconsin, but he's an Arctic Hero. The Sierra Club activist recently hiked in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge with his son and says it changed him forever.

You can read his take on the Coastal Plain on the Sierra Club's Scrapbook blog.

Sierra Student Coalition: Hanging Out with Lisa Jackson (pictured here) Sierra Student Coalition: Hanging Out with Lisa Jackson

Last week members of the Sierra Student Coalition from schools across the U.S. met with Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson (pictured right) in Washington, DC. They talked about coal, tar sands, clean energy, and more. Then the big day continued with the students visiting the White House to talk with youth-outreach officials.

Read more about the big day in Mary Anne Hitt's column.

Photo: Javier Sierra


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