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Would you like to receive news articles as soon as they are available from the Sierra Club? With our RSS feeds, you can, and they're free!
 
 
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How To Subscribe:
  • Step 1: Get an RSS reader.
    You can use an online reader which works from any web browser, or you can download software that runs on your computer. (See the sidebar for a list of popular readers.)
  • Step 2: Enter the location of the feed.
    In your RSS reader, add one or more of the following feeds:
     
Name / Description Instructions: To subscribe to a feed, copy its URL (listed below) and paste it into the "Add" feature of your RSS newsreader
GA Sierra Club - What's New

The latest environmental alerts and news reports from the Georgia Chapter. [Preview]

http://georgia.sierraclub.org/rss/news.aspx
GA Sierra Club - Twitter / gasierraclub

Twitter updates from Georgia Sierra Club / gasierraclub.

http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/85825706.rss
GA Sierra Club - Chapter Currents

Facts, stories, quotes, "take action" features and the latest environmental buzz. [Preview]

http://georgia.sierraclub.org/rss/currents.aspx
GA Sierra Club - Outings News

The latest Georgia Chapter outings and related news. [Preview]

http://georgia.sierraclub.org/rss/outings.aspx
Taking the Initiative

Executive Director Carl Pope's blog on environmental news and issues.

http://www.sierraclub.org/carlpope/atom.xml
The Compass

Gritty and gripping -- the daily down-low on the environment, from Omaha to the ozone layer.

http://www.sierraclub.org/compass/rss.xml
 
       
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What is RSS?

RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication." It is an XML-based standard format that many websites use to share their latest news and updates.

A program known as a feed reader can check RSS-enabled webpages and display any updated articles that it finds.

Client-side readers are typically standalone programs that you install on your compter, or they are extensions to existing programs like web browsers. Such programs are available for various operating systems (see list below).

Online (Web-based) feed readers require no software installation and make the feeds available on any computer with Web access.


RSS Readers
Popular readers include:

A larger list of RSS-compatible readers is available at Google.com
 
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