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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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Nov-Dec 2014 issue
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NOTE: Anyone can submit an article, although priority is given to Sierra Club members. Submissions may or may not be used depending on space and content issues.

Advertising: The Georgia Sierran welcomes advertising. The newsletter is published 6 times a year and the deadline is the 1st of every even month. Please understand that we cannot accept ads that conflict with our values.
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Contact Us: Drop a line to the Georgia Sierran editorial staff at georgia.chapter@sierraclub.org

Special Features:
As Critical Election Approaches, More Issues Than Ever Hang in the Balance
Now is a most critical time to get informed and engage.
Stark Contrast in Governor*s Race
When it comes to the environment, the 2014 GA Governor*s race is a study in contrasts.
Sabal Trail Pipeline Remains a Threat to SW Georgia
The proposed $3 billion Sabal Trail pipeline would stretch some 460 miles from Alexander City, Alabama, through Albany, GA, and down to the central Florida hub.
Atlanta Rocks EPA Climate Hearing with Support!
US EPA hosted four public hearings on the proposed Clean Power Plan to take public comment on our nation*s first major step to stop climate change causing pollution.
Water Policy at Forefront for 2015 Legislature
The General Assembly may not meet again until Monday, Jan 12, 2015, but critical issues of water policy are already under discussion for action in the session.
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