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Georgia Sierran
Below is the online version of our Chapter newsletter, the Georgia Sierran, which is published 6 times a year. The newsletter contains timely and informative articles written by Georgia Chapter members. Note: Back issues of the Georgia Sierran are now stored in our online archive.
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Jul-Aug 2014 issue
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Special Features:
Confronting Our Greatest Challenge
I believe climate change is the most important issue humanity faces. I accepted the challenge and the opportunity to serve as your GA Chapter Director because it gives me the best opportunity to have the biggest impact on the issue I care most deeply about.
EPA Unveils Landmark *Clean Power Plan*
Join hundreds of concerned citizens at the Atlanta Climate Rally, to be held on July 29th at 12 noon in Woodruff Park, to show your support for positive action to curb climate pollution.
Clean Energy Advocates, PSC Commissioners Tour Georgias Wind Energy Future
In 2014, Georgias Public Service Commission (PSC) approved nearly 800 megawatts of new solar energy to be built by 2016. With this decision, we have effectively grown our solar market 100 times over.
Clayton County MARTA Expansion Takes Big Step Forward
An unprecedented coalition of public transportation advocates, with the GA Sierra Clubs Regional Action to Improve Livability (RAIL) Campaign playing a leading role, scored a historic victory in July, as Clayton County officials finally agreed to let residents vote on whether to join MARTA as a full member this year.
Earth Day Outrage Ignites Public Resolve to Protect Coastal Marshlands
With brazen disregard for the spirit of the law, Governor Nathan Deals Environmental Protection Division chose Earth Day to announce that they will no longer enforce a 25-foot buffer requirement between the salt marsh and adjacent land development.
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