What's at stake if U2 musician is allowed to trash Malibu hillside

The hillside ridge, as seen from Malibu lagoon, where musician David Evans wants to build five mansions on sensitive coastal habitat. The Sierra Club opposes the project. Photo credit: Jim Kenney

Sierra Club urging Coastal Commission to protect Banning Ranch

View of the Newport Beach coastline from a high point in the Banning Ranch open space site.

How to make solar power even easier for consumers

California doubled its rooftop solar power installations last year and leads the nation as a solar power giant. These are heady times for the residential solar industry, which has spurred job growth and attracted billions of investment dollars in the state.

Giving Tuesday is December 2


Call in for Clean Air on Dec. 4


Spanish translation:

"Llamado para el Aire Limpio” Junta en persona y Virtual

Join us for Remembering and Understanding John Muir panel Dec. 1

Join us for a Sierra Club Panel discussion called "Remembering and Understanding John Muir"

LA-ICO leader Shirley Hickman wins national Sierra Club award

Chapter Chair Carole Mintzer, left; national board member Susana Reyes; Sierra Club executive director Michael Brune; honoree and ICO leader Shirley Hickman (center); leader Melody Anderson; and Chapter Vice Chair David Haake.


What you don't know about the Trans Pacific Partnership could hurt you -- and the planet

TPP might sound like a bathroom accessory. Instead, it stands for Trans Pacific Partnership, which is a major trade pact being negotiated in secret by the U.S. and many other Pacific Rim countries.

Keystone XL pipeline vote was way too close

Sierra Club Michael Brune's message about the Keystone XL pipeline vote that came within one vote of passage in the Senate on Tuesday (it had already passed the House):

The U.S. Senate came closer than ever to approving the Keystone XL pipeline today. Just 1 vote stood between us and losing one of the most important battles yet on climate change.

Simply put, the vote came Way. Too. Close. And with the new Senate being sworn in in January, you can bet this fight is about to get even harder.

Sierra Club applauds China-U.S. pledge to reduce pollution

The U.S. and China released a groundbreaking announcement Tuesday to set ambitious goals for climate action and carbon pollution reductions. 


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