2016 Sierra Club Calendars discounted!

Order your 2016 wall or desk calendar today.


Please print and complete the Calendar Order Form, and mail it to the Angeles Chapter Office with your payment.

Join us for Chapter Retreat on Jan. 23 in Pasadena


New members elected to Angeles Chapter Executive Committee

Five new and re-elected members have been chosen to serve on the Angeles Chapter's Executive Committee in elections that ended Dec. 1.

December 2015 Schedule of Activities is here!

The December 2015 Schedule of Activities is now available to download. Check out hundreds of hikes and holiday celebrations going on this month.

Sierra Club applauds court's rejection of Newhall Ranch EIR

The Santa Clara River.

By popular demand, we're offering another trip to Iceland. Here's why.

Godifoss Photo credit: Donna Specht

Come hike every peak in Griffith Park on Dec. 12

Photo credit: Sten Rüdrich/Wikimedia Commons

2015 California Legislature bill summaries Sierra Club supported

Sierra Club California policy advocates select the California Legislative bills that appear on the 2015 Score Card of the state's elected officials.

The selection is based on factors that include a bill’s overall importance to the state’s environmental quality, the precedent it sets for good or bad impacts, and the bill’s importance to fulfilling the Club’s mission.

2015 California Legislative Report Card: How green are your state representatives?

Nearly twice as many California Senators as Assembly members scored a 100% on Sierra Club California’s 2015 legislative report card. It measures how often they voted with the Club’s recommendations on a list of priority bills that would protect the environment and public health.

How green is your city? 3 things that make L.A. remarkable

For those keeping score, Los Angeles has racked up definite points in improving its green image this year. The city that by 2025 promises to be coal-free and reduce greenhouse gases by 45% has taken more strides with renewable energy sources in the last six months than some cities have done in years. Here are three programs keeping the city on its green track.


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