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Take Action: Support a 21st-Century Transportation System -- Read more. Take Action: Support a 21st-Century Transportation System

Over the next two years, the government will spend billions of dollars on transportation projects that will shape communities for decades to come -- we need to be sure those dollars are spent wisely. These projects can keep us mired in traffic and addicted to oil -- or they can move us forward into the 21st century, providing Americans with transportation choices that reduce our dependence on oil.

Tell your governor we need to invest in transportation projects that give people choices and help move the state beyond oil.


Take Action: Nuclear Power Is Dangerous, Dirty, and Expensive -- read more Take Action: Nuclear Power Is Dangerous, Dirty, and Expensive

Congressman Dennis Kucinich is hosting a congressional briefing on the threats presented by our nation's nuclear power plants and the ongoing tragedy in Fukushima, Japan. Radiation is a deadly legacy, and nuclear power is dirty, dangerous and expensive -- and unnecessary when we can turn to clean, safe, cheap solar, and wind power. This briefing can take the nation one step closer to a safe, clean energy future.

Please send an email to your senators and your representative -- urge them to attend this important briefing.


Grassroots Activism: Veterans Study Glacier National Park -- read more. Grassroots Activism: Veterans Study Glacier National Park

Sierra Club Mission Outdoors Director Stacy Bare and a team of veterans just returned from a trip to Glacier National Park with Sierra Club's Climate Reconnaissance Team (CRT).

"At its core, the CRT's purpose is to bring people to those places where some believe climate change is most visibly noticeable and have a discussion while on the ground, seeing and feeling what is happening to the world," said Bare. The trip was amazing, and you can read more about it in Stacy's Huffington Post column.


Grassroots Activism: Coal Gets Personal -- read more. Grassroots Activism: Coal Gets Personal

Sierra Beyond Coal Organizer Kady McFadden has long fought to help the U.S. transition from coal to clean energy, but this time, it's even more personal.

McFadden's own hometown is now dealing with the costs of coal, and she wrote about it for the Sierra Club Compass blog.



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