The Supreme Court Won't Stop Us From Achieving 100% Clean Energy

  • Posted on 8 July 2022
  • By Morgan Goodwin - Senior Director Angeles Chapter
June’s SCOTUS decision in the crucial climate case West Virginia v. EPA is a deeply disappointing and dangerous decision that eliminates EPA’s most effective tool for reducing harmful climate pollution from existing power plants. This decision gives coal executives and far-right politicians exactly what they asked for by frustrating EPA’s efforts to set strong, effective carbon pollution standards from power plants that would help protect our communities and families. 
 

Join Sierra Club Leadership!

  • Posted on 6 June 2022
  • By Angeles Chapter Updates
The Angeles Chapter Nominating Committee is recruiting Executive Committee leaders for the chapter and our regional groups. 
 

Earth Day 2020: Southern California Activities

  • Posted on 20 April 2022
  • By Angeles Chapter Updates
This Friday (4/22) is Earth Day and the beginning of Earth Month. 
 
Join us as we celebrate the planet and spread the word about we fight for a future where all people enjoy a healthy, thriving planet and a direct connection to nature on this day and every day. 
 
Here are activities happening on and around Earth Day 2022.
 
 

National Sierra Club Elections are Underway - VOTE!

  • Posted on 7 March 2022
  • By Angeles Chapter Updates
A democratic Sierra Club demands grassroots participation
 
The annual election for Sierra Club’s Board of Directors is now underway.
 
Those eligible to vote in the national Sierra Club election will receive in the mail (or by Internet if you chose the electronic delivery option) your national Sierra Club ballot in early March. This will include information on the candidates and where you can find additional information on Sierra Club’s web site.
 

No Delta (Tunnel) Conveyance Without Building Sites Reservoir

  • Posted on 7 March 2022
  • By Caty Wagner
The Department of Water Resources (DWR) is considering letting California’s largest water users build a 1.5 million acre foot, or 20 sq mi, reservoir that would divert much more water from the Sacramento River. At 13,200 acres, Sites Reservoir (formally called the Sites Offstream Storage Reservoir Project) would be one of the largest reservoirs in California and would include new water diversions from the Sacramento River that could also adversely impact the Trinity River.

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