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Join us for the Path to Positive: Los Angeles Climate Day

 
Sierra Club Angeles Chapter has a long term commitment to solving the problem of climate disruption. As an endorsing organization, Sierra Club invites members and supporters to attend the upcoming Climate Resolve event:
 
Path to Positive: Los Angeles Climate Day
Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels Conference Center 
555 W. Temple St. Los Angeles, CA 

Angeles Chapter to Consider Dissolving/Reorganizing Three Regional Groups

Even though it has been the practice of the Angeles Chapter for several decades, there is no requirement that every geographic region of the Chapter have a Regional Group.  On December 13 at its regular monthly meeting the Chapter ExCom will consider dissolving or reorganizing three of our Regional Groups that have become unable to meet the minimum standards for Groups.
 

Chapter launches Military Outdoors activities with Mt. Baldy hikes

A peak experience with members of the Sierra Club's Military Outdoors program. Credit: Anjin Herndon

Proposed legislation would expand San Gabriel Mountains National Monument and create a San Gabriel River National Recreation Area

The purple area shows the proposed expansion area; the blue area shows the proposed San Gabriel River National Recreation Area.

After much controversy, U.S. and Pacific nations strike a flawed trade deal

On Oct. 5, the New York Times reported that the United States and 11 other Pacific Rim nations reached a trade deal for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). The Sierra Club has been working tirelessly to expose the threats of this deal on communities, the environment, and our climate.

In response, Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune released the following statement:

"Despite widespread, international opposition, the United States government is moving toward signing a trade deal that threatens our families, our communities, and our environment.

Coastal Commission approves of storage facility for spent nuclear fuel rods

UPDATE 10/7/15:

Learn about dangerous releases from Torrance refinery -- and what you can do about it

The accidental release of modified hydrofluoric acid (MHF) at the recently sold ExxonMobil refinery in Torrance on Sept. 6 was a warning sign and wakeup call for South Bay communities.  

Join the Torrance Refinery Action Alliance from 5:45 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, October 5, to learn, ask questions, share information, and discuss the case against MHF at ExxonMobil. The meeting will be held at 2761 W. 190th St. in Redondo Beach (the meeting room is in the back on the northwest corner of the building).

Angeles Chapter intern launches environmental podcast

The new Southern Sierran/Schedule of Activities is here!

Download a copy of the Oct.-Dec. 2015 Southern Sierran/Schedule of Activities here. It lists outings, hikes, trip and other activities for the last quarter of the year.

Help us preserve open space at Banning Ranch in Newport Beach

Learn the the facts about the 1,375 homes and resort complex planned for Banning Ranch in Newport Beach, and how you can help save all 401 acres of Banning Ranch as open space for future generations.

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