The Sierra Club has chapters throughout the United States and Canada that offer opportunities for local involvement, activism and outings. Links to chapter sites. Current priority campaigns: Sprawl Solutions, Protecting Wildlands, Forests and Logging, Water and Factory Farm Pollution, Global Warming, Human Rights, Population Stabilization and Responsible Trade. Provide information and resources on many issues. [Description from dmoz]
Take a hike with the Sierra Club. The Sierra Club promotes outdoor activities and environmental activism on both the local and national levels through political lobbies, education, outings, and publications. The club's more than 1.3 million members are organized into state and regional chapters throughout the US and Canada. Sierra Club publishes books, calendars, SIERRA magazine, and The Planet, an activist newsletter. Its current issues are smart energy solutions, clean water, stopping commercial logging in national forests, ending sprawl, and protecting wetlands. The group was founded in 1892 by naturalist John Muir. [Description from Hoover's]
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