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Much work remains for 2020 and beyondThe Minnesota Legislature’s 2019 work came to a close on Saturday morning with significant gains for working people but much work remaining when lawmakers return

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The university released the full letter of complaint against Tom Bowen. It raises more questions than it answers.   

Park University Pirates Apparel and Park University Pirates Gear from the tremendous Park University Pirates fan store. Our Park Apparel and merchandise shop will help fans prepare for football, basketball, baseball, and lacrosse season.

Nearly 300 scientists from across the country and abroad believe actions taken by the U.S. Forest Service are contributing to faster, more devastating wildfires throughout California.

FDNY Smart is the educational website for the Fire Department of the City of New York. Our primary mission is to educate New Yorkers to make the City safer.

Hundreds of thousands of school students worldwide walk out in Global Climate Strike to urge governments to take greater action in slashing greenhouse gas emissions.

Roger T. Knox, who led the Memphis Zoo into prominence as its chief executive officer, has died.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:April Thomas206.321.3850, april.thomas@sierraclub.org Outdoors Alliance for Kids and Scholastic Announce All Kids Outdoors Essay Contest WinnersNearly 2,000 Kids Natio…

Indigenous activists and allies are protesting oil companies over plans to drill in the Arctic Circle.

Moms Clean Air Force’s Heather McTeer Toney joined other leading experts to testify in opposition to Trump's EPA controversial proposal to undermine our country’s mercury pollution standards. “Why Administrator Wheeler would ever consider weakening a rule that protects babies’ brains is senseless.”

The Green New Deal aims to leverage the full resources of the United States economy—public and private—to take on twin crises of climate and inequality. While taxation, regulation and investment (and the occasional cow fart and mythical train to Hawaii) have featured prominently in most debates abou

In 2018, the Lummi Nation hosted a Totem Pole Journey to bring back Tokitae – a killer whale captured off the coast of Washington State decades ago, separated from her pod, and currently held in captivity at Miami Seaquarium. A totem pole was carved for Tokitae and the Lummi transported it from Bellingham to Miami to demand her return. In city after city, hundreds of participants turned out to be part of events and connect with the ceremonies centered around Tokitae’s totem pole…

Barnhart Crane & Rigging provides innovative solutions to complex lifting and transportation challenges faced by heavy industry from power generation to petrochemical to renewable energy, and beyond.

Annapolis, M.D.--Thanks to the efforts of the Maryland General Assembly, the Clean Energy Jobs Act (CEJA) will become law. The bill will accelerate the state’s Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard (RPS) to 50% by 2030 and include a huge leap in solar energy combined with quadrupling the state’s commitment to offshore wind. Additionally, the bill will provide funding for small, minority, veteran, and women-owned businesses, and require…

As befits someone holding a journalism degree, Judge W. Ann Hansbrough initially wanted to pursue a practice in First Amendment law. “I was told, ‘Well, you’ll live in LA or New York.’ I said, ‘Wel…

May is motorcycle awareness month. No matter what type of vehicle you’re driving, it is important to share the road and drive safely.

Our showing of the Lens on the Border—an experience that touched the lives of many students at Ohio State— began from one student’s passion for butterflies. Cade, an eager first year student in the Ohio State Sierra Club, shared an article describing the threat of the border wall to the National Butterfly Center in Mission, Texas.

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The impact of the most restrictive bans on abortion in American history has been felt across the country, with thousands of people taking to more than 500 rallies across the country, angry, fed up, and ready to defend their rights. And yet, it was just a few months ago that I was celebrating. More women ran for local, state, and federal offices than ever in history. We elected more women to the US House of Representatives than ever before. Unfortunately, this attack against…

Severe storms with tornadoes and flash flooding have caused extensive damage throughout the Plains and Midwest. Here's the latest.

Oakland, CA -- On Sunday, the Sierra Club’s Board of Directors voted to re-elect Loren Blackford of New York as President of the nation’s largest grassroots environmental organization.

A couple months ago, my 4-year-old daughter started coughing and wheezing during the night. These weren’t the coughs of a small kid getting over a cold or the flu, but

The oil giant holds its annual general meeting in Aberdeen for the first time, amid climate change protests.

Aberdeen, Scotland -- At BP’s annual meeting this morning, shareholders passed a resolution calling for the company to lay out a business strategy consistent with the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement. The resolution was supported by BP’s board and passed with 99% of the vote. A second resolution that would have required the company to set targets for reducing emissions from the use of the oil and gas it produces and sells did not pass.