The PV-SB Sierra Club is more than outdoor activities and environmental action. We’ve enjoyed quarterly get-togethers (often with guest speakers) plus annual trips to the Hollywood Bowl, local theater and potlucks. Now that our Social Chair, Joyce White, has stepped down, we need someone to step up and keep the good times rolling. If you’re…
Click now to register for the 2022 Wilderness Travel Course. For those who would like to lead hikes and other outings, WTC is working on scheduling the next LTC. Keep an eye on this space for more info: https://www.sierraclub.org/angeles/leadership-outings/leadership-training-seminar Questions? Contact Jeremy Netka, 323-401-1039 firstname.lastname@example.org
Decades of legal and illegal dumping off the Palos Verdes coast have left a toxic legacy.
The South Pole during the eight months of winter is a cross between a luxury resort and a prison camp.
Plastic waste has become a global crisis, but recycling is complicated.
From T. rex to hummingbirds, feathers are more than just fluff.
Testify before the Water Board on Oct. 17.
Photographer Bev Gates chanced upon this fox in Palos Verdes Estates.
The oily bird gets the care.
In-person activities resume.
This time it’s in Texas.
Aquaculture is one answer to feeding the Earth’s burgeoning population.
An illustrated talk by Dave Bader of the Marine Mammals Care Center
Marvin Contreras is an editor, poet, and outdoor enthusiast. He was raised in the San Gabriel Valley, and he has since graduated from the University of California – Riverside with a bachelor’s degree in English. When not working, reading, or writing, he is paying attention to birds. He currently lives in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National…
The Sierra Club Angeles Chapter is looking for members to run for the chapter Executive Committee.
What is sustainable aquaculture?
Millions living in the vicinity of two South Bay refineries are at risk from massive amounts of highly toxic hydrogen fluoride.
The link between minority housing and higher rates of pollution was not established by chance.
Trees provide shade and evaporative air conditioning. Plus, they are essential in battling climate change.
April 25, Robert Martinez presents Wildlife of the Angeles National Forest
Photo copyright Robert Martinez
The PV-SB Group is excited to welcome another environmental journalist to our communications team. Christian is an avid outdoorsman and lifelong surfer born and raised in the South Bay. He says, “I have a passion for preserving California’s precious outdoor resources. I have grown up seeing first-hand the effect we can have on our surrounding…
By Cheryl Frick
Trees have an underground network.
Two South Bay high school students have been environmentalists since they were kids.
Photographer Paul Blieden reveals the secret world at the center of a flower.
How are environmental inequities, particularly those resulting from pollution in and around the Port of L.A., addressed in the proposed state budget?
Before too long we’ll be able to have group hikes and other outings. Be ready. Become a leader!
Susan Deo gave a tour of California’s natural regions Feb. 21. Watch the recording.
L.A. County has taken a step toward reducing the greenhouse gas given off by food waste by processing to generate electricity, but the problem is far from solved.
Join our online presentation by Cuervo Photography on Sunday Jan 24 2021 at 3:30pm!
Some places carry a timeless quality. Explore Madrona Marsh with us.
Follow this white-crowned sparrow’s story
By Susan Rothrock Deo Have you found yourself listening to the birds singing more since the pandemic started? You are not alone, and it’s not just because there are fewer human-caused sounds since we are home more. According to Mary Forgione, in her May 7 Los Angeles Times article, “Research shows that listening to birdsong…
A pilot program to shuttle folks to the Palos Verdes Nature Preserve from RPV Civic Center will begin in March. Daily Breeze Art, plastics and politics Southern Sierran Biden’s plan to conserve 30% of U.S. land and water by 2030 could aid environmental justice. Inside Climate News.
By Cheryl Frick
And don’t forget to vote in the Angeles Chapter elections: votePVSB.angsc.orgYour voter ID is in the SOCAL NOW newsletter
By Michael Brune, Sierra Club Executive Director Our hearts are heavy as the losses from this year’s wildfires continue to mount. We mourn for those who have lost loved ones, homes and livelihoods. We feel for all those suffering from dangerously smoky air, including our own Sierra Club family, whose lives have been shaken by…
Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Search the site.