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Sierra Club bulletin : John Muir memorial number

Presents information about the Sierra Club, a nonprofit, member-supported, public interest organization, headquartered in San Francisco, Calif. Notes that the group promotes the conservation of the natural environment by influencing public policy decisions. Contains political and environmental news, upcoming club outings, and membership information. Provides access to the club chapters and a site search engine.

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  • "Radio news feeding"@en
  • "Grassroots organizing training manual"@en

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  • "Presents information about the Sierra Club, a nonprofit, member-supported, public interest organization, headquartered in San Francisco, Calif. Notes that the group promotes the conservation of the natural environment by influencing public policy decisions. Contains political and environmental news, upcoming club outings, and membership information. Provides access to the club chapters and a site search engine."@en
  • "Web Feet summary: Perhaps the best-known guardian of the natural environment in the United States is the Sierra Club. The Web site of this member-supported organization is loaded with information on its struggle to protect the environment by influencing public policy decisions, administrative, legal, and electoral. Reports on what's happening on various fronts can be accessed under the following categories: Club House, Global Environment, Environmental Quality, and the Great Outdoors. Visitors to the site can also browse through recent articles from the oganization's Sierra magazine and an archive of past issues."
  • "Web Feet summary: The Sierra Club, the nation's largest grassroots environmental organization, has made stopping sprawl one of its primary concerns. The section of its site dealing with the topic contains some controversial viewpoints; for example, they state that it makes sense to move to a city to combat suburban sprawl. Opinions are plentiful--states and cities that contribute to the problem are openly condemned--and the Sierra Club meticulously backs up its stances with scientific study and the views of respected, well-known authorities. Sprawl reports from 1999 and 1998 are currently posted; the 1998 report is far more extensive. The Solutions section in the 1998 report contains a set of well-written guidelines to restrict sprawl and an attractive, clickable map showing the nation's most threatened cities."

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