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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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Jan-Feb 2015 issue
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Special Features:
What Does Activism Mean to You?
As we kick off a new year, we decided to devote this issue of the GA Sierran to a topic that is at the core of the Sierra Club*s being: activism.
Focus: Activism from A to Z
The largest crescendo of activism for the Georgia Chapter in 2014 was for July’s EPA hearing on the Clean Power Plan, which will reduce carbon emissions from power plants for the first time ever.
Georgia Water Coalition Sets Priorities for 2015 Legislative Session
The Georgia Water Coalition has chosen 2 legislative priorities for the 2015 Legislative Session. there is also a permanent priority to defeat legislation harmful to conservation, the natural environment, or public health and safety.
Can Georgia Move Beyond *Business as Usual* on Transportation?
Following the failure of the T-SPLOST in 2012, Sierra Club recommended a series of smaller, incremental steps, many of which are happening! Reforms at MARTA and Clayton County*s historic vote to join the system are two examples.
Sierrans Ring in Holidays at Chapter Open House
A spirited crowd of Sierra Club staff, members and friends kicked off the holiday season at the annual open house at the Chapter office in Decatur.
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