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A long-awaited (and deserved) land victory in Orange County. Who cares why it happened?

 

This is a long story with a happy ending that was hoped for but not assured. The Sierra Club played a role in the story, but I’ll leave it to you to decide whether we should claim victory, just say thank you to a developer, or do some combination of the two.

Have you met the L.A. RIver?

Water Committee's Charming Evelyn (right) teaches kids about being water-wise in a fun way. Credit: George Watland

Chapter activists spend an afternoon with Paul Loeb

Hope is a hard thing to stoke in these days marred by congressional gridlock and obstructionist politicians, but author Paul Loeb broke through all that.

Loeb travelled from Seattle to meet with Angeles Chapter activists to speak about how we can project hope into the cynical atmosphere surrounding social and political action today.

Sign up for Chapter leadership training by March 28

Take that first step and become a volunteer leader for the Angeles Chapter!

https://angeles2.sierraclub.org/ltc_leadership_seminar

The March edition of the Schedule of Activities is here!

The Schedule of Activities for March 2015 is here -- find all of your favorite outings, events and activities inside.

We're proud of our record!

For over 120 years the Sierra Club has been America’s best-known environmental advocate. The Angeles Chapter, nearly 40,000 strong, is the largest and most influential of the 63 Sierra Club chapters nationwide.

With so many threats to the environment in 2015, simply preserving the gifts of nature isn’t enough. “Business as usual” is not sustainable. Failing to change doesn’t mean things will go on as before -- because they can’t. Change is urgent, and you can help.

Your voice and financial support will help Make Change Happen!

Awards Banquet on May 3 embraces Year of Muir theme

What better way to celebrate the Angeles Chapter's remarkable 2014 volunteers than with a Year of Muir-themed Annual Awards Banquet on May 3 in Pasadena.
 

L.A. activists push EPA to heighten ozone regulations

Activists in Washington, D.C., rally to show support of proposed EPA rules that will strengthen smog rules.

Torrance refinery blast shows the need for more scrutiny on air quality

On Thursday, March 5, the Senate Energy, Utilities and Communications Committee and the Environmental Quality Committee will hold a joint hearing at 6 p.m. March 5 at Torrance City Hall to address the recent ExxonMobil Refinery explosion in Torrance.

Free legal toolbox workshop for environmental activists: Oil production, distribution and fracking

Environmental Law Series
A Legal Toolbox for Environmental Activists
Workshop VIII: Oil Production, Distribution and Fracking

Join us for a day of training for activists who want to learn how to use the law to attain their environmental goals. The daylong workshop is free and will focus on oil production, distribution and fracking. Learn the ins and outs of the law with individual lawyers and panels.

8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, March 21, 2015

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