San Diego Sierra Club Rallies Members to Oppose Trump Agenda – Sat. Jan. 14th

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From Sierra Club

Sierra Club San Diego will rally members and supporters to oppose the Trump administration’s agenda of increased fossil fuel usage and to promote ways of securing a path to 100% clean energy in the San Diego region through Community Choice Energy.  The event will provide the public with opportunities to voice their concerns and get involved in local efforts to resist the Trump administration.

3:00 PM, Saturday, January 14, 2017

Mission Valley Public Library
2133 Fenton Pkwy
San Diego, CA 92108


The Sierra Club has a national and local game plan to take on the Trump administration and allied interests to fight against his environmentally toxic cabinet nominees, to stand in solidarity with vulnerable families and communities, and not let his fossil fuel friends run our lives on dirty energy for years to come.

Michael Brune, Executive Director of the Sierra Club:

“Donald Trump may be president for the next several years, but the Sierra Club has been doing this work for nearly 125 years. 

We’ll still be here when he is gone, and our movement will be bigger, stronger, and more innovative than ever for having opposed him. 

For many of us, these will be the biggest environmental fights of our lives, but they’ll also be the most meaningful. We’re ready to give it everything we’ve got.” –

About the Sierra Club

Founded in 1892, the Sierra Club is the nation’s oldest and largest grassroots environmental organization.  There are more than 2,000,000 members and champions in 50 states, Puerto Rico and Canada. Sierra Club San Diego was founded in 1948 and has more than 13,000 members locally.  Serving San Diego and Imperial Counties, it strives to preserve the special nature of the region through education, activism and advocacy.

Contact:  Pete Hasapopoulos
760-708- 6327

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