Back to the beach: Access in Malibu reopens

Finally! The path and pristine views along one of Malibu's most exclusive coastlines are now easily accessible to all of us. After a decade long legal fight that pitted public access advocates against a wealthy homeowner who refused to build a path, the California Coastal Commission officially opened a walkway along the 1.5-mile Carbon Beach earlier in September.

Check out Sierra Club's new logo (yes, the tree stays)

Hey Google, you aren't the only one with a new logo. The Sierra Club has rolled out a new, cleaner symbol.

Don't worry, after 124 years, it's still the emblematic sequoia tree. It's still Yosemite Valley. And it's still our Sierra Club name. 

Come to the Fall Festival at the Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary

Photo Provided by Patti Barnes

Want to reward a special Chapter volunteer? Award nominations due Dec. 15

Everyone loves to receive an award, and now is the time to take a look around for that special person who volunteers tirelessly in service to the Sierra Club through conservation, outings, activism, advocacy and leadership. Let’s celebrate the good works of an outstanding outings leader, an inspiring conservationist, a member with irrepressible, contagious enthusiasm and someone who embodies the ideals of our Chapter and the Sierra Club.

Why you should want to pay more for L.A.'s water and electricity

Want to sit down and talk with the L.A. Department of Water and Power about their proposed rate changes?

Passages: Memorial planned for longtime Sierra Club activist Dan Sullivan

Sierra Club activist Dan Sullivan, who transformed the Club's national political and legislative program in the 1970s and '80s, died Aug. 27. He was 74 years old.

An obituary at SFGate.com says, in part:

September Schedule of Activities is here!

Check out all the Chapter's activities and outings in the Schedule of Activities for September 2015. Download a copy -- and share with a friend too.


Still don't get the devastating loss of species to climate change? Here's your wake-up call

Dozens of bumblebee species in North America and Europe are at risk because the southern reach of their habitat is becoming too hot.

2015 Political Leadership Awards: A day dedicated to honoring the greenest elected officials

The Angeles Chapter Political Action Committee presented its Political Leadership Awards for 2015 to an outstanding group of honorees at a celebration event held at Chino Hills State Park Discovery Center on Aug. 16. Proceeds from ticket sales for the event will help fund the Chapter’s political action program.

SoCal events for National Drive Electric Week in September

Tesla Model S electric car (left) and Fisker Karma plug-in hybrid at the parking spots reserved for green cars by Virgin Airlines at San Francisco International Airport. Steve Jurvetson


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