Coastal Commission Informational + Interview with Penny Elia

  • Posted on 27 July 2020
  • By Eric Yoon, Communications Committee Volunteer
This is part of an ongoing series of articles by the Angeles Chapter Communications Committee to help readers understand how important decisions are made in California - how agencies and boards function, why they exist and how to interact with them. We look forward to your comments and suggestions regarding other agencies you, the reader, would like to learn more about.

Sierra Club Hosting Political Leadership Awards On-Line Sunday, August 23rd from 4 to 6 PM

  • Posted on 27 July 2020
  • By Angeles Chapter Political Committee
The Angeles Chapter will be hosting its Political Leadership Awards online this year. The annual event is a fundraiser for the California Sierra Club Political Action Committee (PAC) and the theme this year is “Climate for Democracy, Democracy for Climate!” The event will take place from 4 to 6 pm on Sunday, August 23rd. The Angeles Chapter Political Committee chose the theme to emphasize the connection between protection of the environment and protection of fundamental rights of justice, equity, and democracy. 

2020 Angeles Chapter Elections Bulletin

  • Posted on 27 July 2020
  • By Jay Schneider, Elections Committee Chair
The Sierra Club is a democracy! The national board of directors, as well as the chapter executive committee and the regional groups, are elected by members. Transparency is a key element of democracy and this post explains how our elections work -- if you have a question, please get in touch.

Building Bridges to the Outdoors

  • Posted on 2 July 2020
  • By Jonathan Howard
Sierra Club outings leader Bill Vanderberg has been leading youth wilderness programs for over 20 years. His program Building Bridges to the Outdoors (BBTO) provides immersive nature experiences for local high schoolers in Los Angeles. I sat down with Bill to talk about why BBTO is so important. Here’s what he explained to me. 

Volunteer Spotlight - Will McWhinney

  • Posted on 22 October 2019
  • By Krystal Ruiz
Lover of all things nature, William McWhinney is well known in the Angeles Chapter for leading a series of beginner hikes and connecting people with the outdoors.

Clone of ECO-ART exhibit at Golden West College OPEN NOW THROUGH 2/15

  • Posted on 3 February 2017
  • By Communications Committee

Environmental activism takes many forms.  Some join public demonstrations and marches, others testify and comment before government bodies, and some apply their creative talents to produce works of art that speak to our concern for the future of our planet.

Adventure in India

  • Posted on 24 May 2012
  • By mforgione

This is one of those trips of a lifetime!  Visit the sights in Delhi, ride a hot air balloon over Jaipur, travel to the countryside to visit Ranthambore National Park and learn about its tiger conservation program.  In the park we’ll travel by safari truck looking for deer, gazelles, antelopes and monkeys. Although most accommodations are in hotels