Newsletter of the Sierra Club Angeles Chapter
Four newly elected members of the Executive Committee will take office in January at the first board meeting of the year.
By Angeles Chapter Outings
Vintage postcard Westlake, Los Angeles, 1941
The organizers of this year's walk have decided to go virtual. That means you can do all 16 miles at your own pace!
By Felicity Crossland
Photo by Bioneers
The perspective that humanity needs to solve the climate crisis is rooted in indigenous traditions & communities.
By Carol Henning
Photo by Michael Friberg, Propublica
Environmental racism is killing Americans. These are the stories of communities who fought back.
By John Monsen
Photo by John Monsen
LA County Water District efforts to support desert-damaging water mining project falter as Cadiz Inc. suffers major election setbacks.
Photo by Grant Ellis - Surfer.com
ADD YOUR VOICE- It's time to electrify LA County. Call on LA County supervisors to act on the building electrification recommendations in the LA County Climate Action Plan (CAP). CAP ensures public health protection, more affordable housing & climate solutions.
FOOD WASTE FOR THOUGHT- Fighting food waste means fighting climate change. Faced with the impact of our diet on global warming, the Angeles Chapter Zero Waste team suggest a few simple ways to reduce food waste.
THIS IS WHAT CHANGE LOOKS LIKE- How& investment in deep organizing networks that support bold, transformational candidates helped elect one of LA's (and Sierra Club's) strongest allies challenging the oil & gas industry, Holly J. Mitchell.
GIVE THE GIFT OF HEALTH- An open letter to the Angeles Chapter community about health and safety this holiday season by longtime outings leader, Helen Maurer.
YOUNG REMBRANDTS- Presented by Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs, Sierra Club Angeles Chapter, Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce and Newport Beach Arts Commission, the Youth Ocean Art exhibit calls for the care of our friends in the oceans.
LIVING WITH WILDFIRE- The Sierra Club Forest Committee presents Living with Wildfire: What Can We Do?, its second in a series of three wildfire programs on Zoom at 7:30pm on Wednesday, January 27, 2021.
PHOTO OF THE MONTH- Thomas Cloutier captures rare, breathtaking fog settling in the Grand Canyon. See this photo and many more in Focal Points Magazine. To subscribe, contact the editor.
Honoring those that have passed
The Sierra Club is indebted to the contributions of its dedicated members. Our remembrance page is a space for members to remember and honor those who have passed on, for whatever reason. If you would like to share a few words about someone from the Sierra Club community that passed away, please use this form. We'll be sharing remembrances on our website and in monthly newsletters.