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Government Buildings Should Be Dirty-Fuel Free! -- Find Out How Your Rep Voted on Keystone XL -- and More! Share our newsletter on Facebook Share with Twitter Tell Your Friends

Take Action: Government Buildings Should Be Dirty-Fuel Free! Take Action: Government Buildings Should Be Dirty-Fuel Free!

Senator John Hoeven is expected to introduce a bill in the Senate that would repeal a money and energy-saving section of the Energy Independence and Security Act. The targeted provision mandates the phaseout by 2030 of dirty fuels used by federal buildings. A repeal would be a huge step backward for the green-building movement.

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Tell your senator to oppose this rollback on green building, clean energy, and taxpayer savings.


Take Action: Did Your Representative Vote for Keystone XL? Take Action: Did Your Representative Vote for Keystone XL?

Last week, the House of Representatives approved a bill that would rubberstamp the Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline, which would carry Canada's toxic and corrosive tar sands oil from Alberta to the Texas Gulf Coast for overseas export. This bill is the latest stunt by Big Oil and its friends in Congress to promote dirty energy rather than the clean, alternative solutions that our country should be investing in.

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Take action -- email your representative to say "Thanks" or "You voted wrong!"


Google Hangout: Warren Buffett's Coal Problem
Google Hangout: Warren Buffett's Coal Problem

Warren Buffett is one of the most admired names in the business world. He's a huge investor in solar and wind energy -- but he also has a major stake in the coal industry.

Watch our Google+Hangout with Sierra Senior Editor Paul Rauber and Fortune Contributing Editor Marc Gunther, who discuss Buffett's coal problem.


Military History: Sierra Club Service Over the Years Military History: Sierra Club Service Over the Years

The Sierra Club has a rich history of service to our country. For Memorial Day, we recognized the many ways the Club has contributed to the defense, protection, and preservation of our nation with the release of a short documentary about the intersection of military service and climate disruption, and a slideshow documenting the Sierra Club's military legacy.

Learn more about our military history.

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