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  • Sierra Club fights Keystone XL with civil disobedience

    Sierra Club fights Keystone XL with civil disobedience

    The act will be the first of its kind sanctioned by the group’s board of directors in its 120 year history, and may push the conversation over the controversial tar-sands oil pipeline to a new level.

  • Ferret recovery pioneer moves on

    District Ranger Bill Perry, who led the effort to help restore endangered black-footed ferrets, is leaving South Dakota’s Buffalo Gap National Grassland for a job in Washington, D.C.

  • Environmental warrior Martin Litton is still fighting at 95

    Environmental warrior Martin Litton is still fighting at 95

    Martin Litton, who has spent his entire life fighting to preserve Western landscapes, is still battling to save California’s giant sequoias.

  • The most influential conservationist you've never heard of

    The most influential conservationist you've never heard of

    The Sierra Club's Debbie Sease has spent three decades on Capitol Hill, fighting for the West.

  • Go East, young greens

    Go East, young greens

    What is it like to be an idealistic young environmentalist working on Capitol Hill?

  • Love wilderness? Thank a veteran

    Love wilderness? Thank a veteran

    Some of the environmental movement’s greatest heroes were also heroes of World War II.

  • Four decades of the Sierra Club

    Michael McCloskey’s autobiography, In the Thick of It: My Life in the Sierra Club, covers four decades of his life and work as an environmentalist

  • Building a more effective environmental movement

    In The Rebirth of Environmentalism, activist Douglas Bevington explores the relationship between the giant national organizations, like the Sierra Club, and the small grassroots groups.

  • Turnover at the top

    Many environmental groups are seeing a changing of the guard, epitomized by 38-year-old activist Mike Brune's new job as head of the Sierra Club.

  • The Shot Heard Round the West

    The Shot Heard Round the West

    Twenty years after the SouthWest Organizing Project accused conservation groups of ignoring environmental justice, diversity in the movement remains elusive.

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