Sierra Club


“Since 1892, the Sierra Club has been working to protect communities, wild places, and the planet itself. We are the largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States.”

See Sierra Club, About.

Climate Recovery Project Goals:

“For more than a century, we have depended on fossil fuels to run our factories, power our cars and trucks, and heat and cool our homes. Now we are facing the consequences. Six of the last eight years were the hottest on record. Polar ice and glaciers are disappearing, sea levels are rising, coral reefs are suffering, plant and animal species are disappearing. And the wilderness areas and wildlife that the Sierra Club has worked so effectively to protect for more than a century are being threatened and lost.

“But we have the means to reverse global warming and create a clean, renewable energy future. Working with some of the world’s top climate scientists, engineers, and energy experts, the Sierra Club has developed a Climate Recovery Agenda — a set of initiatives that will help cut carbon emissions 80 percent by 2050, reduce our dependence on foreign oil, create a clean-energy economy, and protect our natural heritage, communities, and country from the consequences of global warming.”

See Sierra Club, Goals.