Sierra Club ~ Northeast Ohio Group

NE Sierra Club September Newsletter

    National Geographic reveals critical information about our food supply! America’s agricultural landscape is now 48 times more toxic to honeybees, and likely other insects, than it was 25 years ago, almost entirely due to widespread use of so-called neonicotinoid … Read more…

NE Ohio Sierra Club Newsletter July/August

The Green New Deal: Addressing Climate Chaos (with Millions of New Jobs in the Process) This forum is an opportunity to learn about the background and key components of a Green New Deal and to share thoughts about its importance. … Read more…

May 28, 2019: Support the Plastic Bag Ban

Please plan to attend the Cuy. County Council meeting May 28 to express your support for the ban as it represents a significant step towards reducing plastic waste and pollution in the county.  Read more…

NE Ohio Sierra Club Newsletter May/June

Lights Out initiative seeing some success Lights Out Cleveland initiative is a group of local organizations working together to create awareness of the effects brightly lit buildings have on nocturnally migrating birds. A recent review of published studies suggests that … Read more…

April 2019 Newsletter

Are we approaching the next Silent Spring? Rachel Carson raised the red flag years ago. Pesticides were not only killing insects, but also disrupting the delicate balance of nature. Now history is repeating itself. To commemorate Earth Day 2019, the Northeast … Read more…

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Committee News

Executive Committee

The Ohio Chapter of the Sierra Club is looking for dedicated members who want to take on the exciting and challenging role of being a member of the Chapter Executive Committee Read more…

Coal & Energy

Stand up against coal bailouts in person June 15 in Columbus. June 15 marks the beginning of legal proceedings for First Energy’s bailout proposal. Read more…

Rainforest Committee

At the meeting,  Dr. Katherine Krynak of Ohio Northern University will discuss her research on Ecuadorian frogs.  Everyone is welcome but due to limited seating please RSVP. Read more…