Sierra Club Action Networks
With this free service, you can keep up with current environmental issues, contact elected officials, and make your opinion count! We have a number of "interest" subgroups -- check one of these boxes if you want to be contacted about these particular issues.
Your privacy is guaranteed. We will never sell, trade, or exchange information you provide when signing up. Also, you can unsubscribe at any time with an easy unsubscribe link at the bottom of each email.
Help us tailor the emails we send to you. Want green tips and announcements of critical events delivered directly to your inbox? Just signing up for our general mailing list (without selecting an interest group) will include general announcements and the occasional urgent announcement -- when one or two extra phone calls could make the difference. No more than two emails are sent Hawai`i Chapter per month.
Every Sierra Club member who has provided an email address is automatically subscribed to the general email list.
Capitol Watch Network
Take action! The Sierra Club’s ability to influence change rests largely upon our ability to ask for and receive YOUR help. Online activism is a fast, easy and amazingly effective way for you to make a difference. This network is reserved for people that want to be involved and notified about critical bills, land use issues, or court matters as they're ongoing. We average about one email per week.
Are you an avid hiker? Want the occasional opportunity to get your hands dirty with a service project? Stay up to date and learn about special opportunities with our Outings emails. This service is just starting up. We hope to average around one email per month.
Environmentalism starts at home. Want to find out what's going on your island? Stay up to date with your particular group's activities via this interest button.
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Would you like to receive our quarterly newsletter, the Malama i ka Honua, via email? If you are a member and would like to save a tree by receive a print copy, please sign up here. The Malama is sent quarterly.