Help gather signatures in Albany and Fremont
The Bay Chapter is now collecting signatures for two important ballot measures.
Your help needed now for Patterson Ranch initiative
The signature drive for the initiative to protect Fremont's Patterson Ranch is under way.
Global-warming and clean-energy update
SF Community Choice plan nears finish line; key vote finally in sight.
Sierra Club supports Clean Alternative Energy Initiative
Sierra Club California supports the Clean Alternative Energy Initiative, an initiative being
circulated for the November ballot.
Victory on SF waterfront: Port cancels mall plan for Piers 27 - 31
Five years of controversy over a proposed mega-mall on San Francisco's historic northeast
waterfront comes to an end.
Help keep Muni improvements on track!
Bus Rapid Transit needs your help now!
Club opposes Chevron pollution initiative
Chevron is the sponsor of an initiative to restrict awards of punitive damages against polluters.
Oakland's great shoreline park - or not!
The Oakland City Council is moving closer to a fateful decision.
Creeks Task Force boosts Berkeley watersheds
Creeks and watersheds are central to the ecological health of any place.
Alameda County creeks finally close to protection
Significant breakthrough in our effort to protect riparian corridors in Alameda County.
Oyster farm seeks to overturn Drakes Estero wilderness
After 40 years, it's time for Point Reyes estuary to be protected, restored.
After 33 years Coastal Commission finally moving to protect Tomales Dunes
Process started to require the owners of Lawson's Landing to comply with the law.
One small step for a forest, a giant step for the California coast
Decision on Del Monte Forest could set huge precedent for Coastal Act.
East Bay Regional Park District to acquire most of Breuner property
218 acres down, hundreds more to go - for protection of North Richmond shoreline.
Hercules takes on Wal-Mart over shoreline development!
David pursues Goliath.
Palos Colorados developer drops golf course
New proposal will preserve more land, greatly reduce impacts.
San Francisco Sierra Club Yodeler