Western state legislatures boost wildlife and green
energy, even as Washington, D.C., remains hooked on fossil
by Ray Ring,
Jul 25, 2005
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.
by Felice Pace,
Apr 25, 2010
HCN hosts panel discussion in Berkeley about the
West’s political future; notes from readers Mark Salvo and
by John Mecklin and Erin Halcomb,
Feb 05, 2007
New fall interns Fletcher Jacobs and Evan Tea; remembering
Sierra Club’s Larry Mehlhaff; visitors.
by Fletcher Jacobs, Evan Tea and Jodi Peterson,
Sep 18, 2006
The Oregon Legislature is considering a bill that would
allow hunters to use dogs to chase down cougars
by J.M. McCord,
Mar 07, 2005
Martin Litton, who has spent his entire life fighting to preserve Western landscapes, is still battling to save California’s giant sequoias.
by Jane Braxton Little,
Feb 29, 2012
Environmentalists opposed to desalination plants are indulging in wishful thinking, because conservation is not enough to provide the arid West with water during a drought.
by Jonathan Parkinson,
Mar 31, 2009
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
by Tom Domek,
Aug 22, 2005
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
by Steve Rumsey,
Nov 13, 2006
What is it like to be an idealistic young environmentalist working on Capitol Hill?
by Paul Larmer,
May 01, 2011