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Let's Talk Trash - A Note from our Chapter Chair
Find out what we’ve been up to and what’s coming up. Learn more about why trash has become a priority for our state legislature this year. As the most incinerator reliant state in the nation, we need your help to support these bills that will help address our state’s waste crisis.
Connecticut's Greenhouse Gas Inventory: Lower Emissions or Magical Accounting?
The latest greenhouse gas inventory report has come out in our state – and we have some concerns with the numbers. What is the methodology being used to calculate our emissions? What is considered carbon neutral? Are we on track to meet our goals in addressing the climate crisis?
Take a look at all the highlights from Sierra Club Connecticut’s current campaigns and what we’ve been working on this last month. Find out how you can support us, how to get involved, and actions you can take. As always, thank you to all of our volunteers — we couldn’t do this without you!
The General Assembly continues its session this month and Sierra Club Connecticut is hard at work talking to legislators about our priorities and activating our grassroots advocacy efforts. Legislators need to hear from constituents about what is important to them and what bills they support. This is where you come in!
April Photo Journal
April was a busy month at Sierra Club Connecticut with a variety of events to celebrate Earth Month and to provide education and action opportunities for our members and the public. See the month in photos!
Why does the turtle cross the road?
Keep your eyes open for turtles crossing while you’re driving! Be a steward of the local ecosystem and help protect these slow moving creatures. Here are some tips for what to do if you find a turtle in the middle of the road.
Out with the Invasives, In with the Natives
The spring season is well underway – what plants are you seeing waking up in your yard? Invasive plant species are having a negative impact on our native ecosystems, but you can help create a big impact with your local flora and fauna. Plant native!