Beyond Coal

We support the grassroots movement to move beyond coal - our country's dirtiest energy source - toward a clean energy future.

Our Wild America

This is conservation today: habitat, water, air quality – ecosystems viewed through the lens of climate solutions with an eye toward justice for all.

Sierra Club Outdoors

Sierra Club Outdoors provides experiences for military veterans and families, youth, and people with limited access to the outdoors to explore and enjoy the natural world.

Environmental Law Program

The Environmental Law Program directs legal strategy for the Sierra Club's priority campaigns and supports environmental litigation work by local chapters and groups.

A Pivotal Moment

We are fortunate participants in a defining chapter of global history. Around the world, attitudes are shifting and efforts aligning into a cohesive conviction capable of advancing tremendous change. Possibilities become probabilities, ever more likely to thrive and flourish. As the balance tips, acceleration inevitably occurs and instead of “Can we do it?” the question becomes “How far and how fast will we go?”

Together we’ve been laying the groundwork for many years, and 2015 was a pivotal moment, with significant victories like the President’s rejection of the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline and the historic agreement reached by 195 countries at the climate conference in Paris to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions through country commitments. Those country commitments, while meaningful, are insufficient given the magnitude of the challenge.

There still is much work to do. Science tells us that we have to go further and faster. Our objective now is to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy as quickly as possible, and to do so in a just, fair, and inclusive way.


News and Updates

In February, Pueblo, Colorado, and Moab, Utah became the 22nd and 23rd cities in the United States to commit to transition to 100 percent clean, renewable ...

Leadership Journal

In February, the Sierra Club Foundation Board of Directors convened in Atlanta, Georgia for our quarterly Board meeting. At this first meeting of 2017 ...


2015 Annual Report

A Pivotal Moment

2014 Annual Report

Forward: Solutions

 2013 Annual Report

A Thousand Invisible Cords


Charity Navigator

The Sierra Club Foundation stewards charitable contributions and assets responsibly. We are proud to have earned a four-star rating from Charity Navigator and an A from CharityWatch. Our high ratings from nonprofit watchdog organizations demonstrate our commitment to sound fiscal management, good governance, and commitment to accountability and transparency.