Sierra Club ~ Northeast Ohio Group

Annual Residential Recycling Report Released for Cuyahoga County

Cuyahoga County communities recycled 256,128.1 tons (or 36.34%) of all residential waste produced in 2014, according to the annual Residential Recycling Report published by the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District, a public agency working to advance sustainable and economical solid waste management practices. Read more…

Solarize Cleveland Brings Affordable Solar Energy to Northeast Ohio

Environmental Health Watch and Sustainable Cleveland 2019 have teamed up with World Wildlife Fund and Geostellar to offer solar energy to Ohioans at a dramatically discounted rate. You can have solar panels installed on your home, reduce your carbon footprint, and save money on your electric bills, possibly with no out-of pocket expenses! Read more…

New Threats to Galapagos

On June 9, at the behest of Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa, Ecuador’s National Assembly approved changes to the Organic Law that reduce protection for the marine reserve and facilitate investment of foreign capital for the development of large hotels, resorts, and new residential areas. Read more…

Opportunity Knocks

There are many opportunities to volunteer with the Northeast Ohio Sierra Club. We have an opening in our ExCom Committee, we need fundraising and events volunteers, help with Inspiring Connections Outdoors–a program for taking kids on monthly outings and more. Read more…

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Executive Committee

There are many opportunities to volunteer with the Northeast Ohio Sierra Club. We have an opening in our ExCom Committee, we need fundraising and events volunteers, help with Inspiring Connections Outdoors–a program for taking kids on monthly outings and more. 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

On June 9, at the behest of Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa, Ecuador’s National Assembly approved changes to the Organic Law that reduce protection for the marine reserve and facilitate investment of foreign capital for the development of large hotels, resorts, and new residential areas. Read more…