CELEBRATE THE NEW YEAR WITH A FIRST DAY HIKE AT TISHOMINGO STATE PARK JANUARY 1ST, 2015

FIRST DAY HIKES

Start your year off right with a First Day Hike! Join a Ranger for a guided hike through a State Park. You’ll burn off some of those holiday calories, cure cabin fever, and enjoy a day in the “Great Outdoors”. First Day Hikes are part of a nationwide initiative led by America’s State Parks to get people outdoors. For the fourth year across all fifty states, kids and adults all across America will be participating in First Day Hikes.

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ROOFTOP SOLAR BENEFITS EVERYONE

THE ALLIANCE FOR SOLAR CHOICE (TASC) leads the rooftop solar advocacy across the country. Founded by the largest rooftop companies in the nation, TASC represents the vast majority of the market. Its members include: Demeter Power, SolarCity, Solar Universe, Sunrun, and Verengo. Watch this short graphic video.

WHY WE CAN'T BE SILENT, PART 2: FROM SIERRA CLUB EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR MICHAEL BRUNE

Riding alone on the D.C. Metro Silver Line late last Thursday night, I shut my laptop in disgust. I had just left my sister's house in northern Virginia. And now, reading some comments on a Facebook post had wiped out much of the good feeling of reconnecting with family. The Sierra Club's expression of solidarity for organizations protesting the deaths of Eric Garner, Michael Brown, and other victims of injustice provoked many reactions, some of which were racist, vicious, and crude.

FROM SIERRA CLUB EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR MICHAEL BRUNE: WHY WE CAN'T BE SILENT

December 06, 2014
During the past week, the Sierra Club has spoken out about Michael Brown in Ferguson, Eric Garner in New York City, and President Obama's executive action on immigration. Some have told us that they consider these to be "non-environmental" issues. Here are some quick thoughts on why these issues are so important to address. I'll share more later this week.

SIERRA CLUB'S MILLER, WIYGUL HONORED BY GULF COAST NAACP AT FREEDOM FUND BANQUET

NOVEMBER 23RD, 2014 GULFPORT MS
Last Sunday night, at Gulfport's Hard Rock Cafe, two groups that are not normally linked together in people's minds came together to celebrate their alliance: the Gulf Coast NAACP and the MISSISSIPPI SIERRA CLUB. And on a night when the NAACP honored two of the Sierra Club's members with Distinguished Justice Service Awards, the focus seemed to be as much on the work they will do together in the future as it was on past accomplishments.

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