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Take Action -- Tell Your Senators to Support Clean Water -- Read more. Take Action: Tell Your Senators to Support Clean Water

The Senate is currently considering the incorrectly named "Preserve the Waters of the United States Act." This bill does nothing to protect waters but is a giveaway to developers and polluters, who are trying to reverse long-established protections for our streams and wetlands, endangering all of our communities and threatening the safety of our drinking water.

Tell your senators to support clean water by opposing this bill.

House Parties: Revenge of the Electric Car -- read more House Parties: "Revenge of the Electric Car"

The Sierra Club is holding nationwide house parties for the new film Revenge of the Electric Car April 12-18. In the week leading up to Earth Day, this will be a great way to learn about the exciting benefits of electric vehicles.

Find out if there is a house party in your neighborhood!

Grassroots Activism: Young Americans Do Care -- read more. Grassroots Activism: Young Americans Do Care

To fire back at a terrible recent study supposedly showing that millennials are not civically engaged, Sierra Club Conservation Director Sarah Hodgdon devoted her column last week to the amazing work of the young people of the Sierra Student Coalition.

SSC's latest push is for universities and colleges to divest from coal.

Photo Javier Sierra.

Grassroots Activism: A Legend Is Retiring -- read more. Grassroots Activism: A Legend Is Retiring

Lone Star (Texas) Chapter Director Ken Kramer is retiring in June after 30 years of service with the Sierra Club. Ken has done phenomenal work for the environment in his time with the Club, and he plans to continue working on water issues as a volunteer

The Texas Tribune recently sat down with him for an excellent exit interview.

Photo Lone Star Chapter.

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