Sierra Club



Sierra Club Radio is a weekly half hour program produced by Sierra Club staff and hosted by Orli Cotel. Each week you'll hear in-depth interviews with politicians, authors, celebrities, artists, and activists inspired by nature. We also feature lifestyle tips from Sierra magazine, advice from the magazine's columnist, Mr. Green, and occasional commentary from Club Executive Director Michael Brune.


  • Good News From Paris and San Diego


    This week on Sierra Club Radio:Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune gives us the lowdown on what happened at the COP21 climate negotiations in ParisSan Diego city council member Todd Gloria tells us about his city's announcement that it will commit to 100 percent renewable energy within 20 years From [field_sierra_department]

  • Vancouver Going All-in on Clean Energy


    This week on Sierra Club Radio: Deputy mayor of Vancouver Andrea Reimer on the city's commitment to 100 percent clean energy and how it is aiming to be the greenest city in the world Joe S. Whitworth, author of Quantified: Redefining Conservation for the Next Economy From [field_sierra_department]

  • Reinventing Cities


    This week on Sierra Club Radio:Gabriel Metcalf, one of the founders of City CarShare and the director of renowned urban planning nonprofit SPUR, talks with us about his new book, Democratic by Design: How Innovative Institutions Like Carsharing, Co-ops, and Community Land Trusts Are Reinventing America.Green living tips from Sierra magazine's Avital Andrews. From [field_sierra_department]

  • The Splendor of National Parks and the Dangers of Fracking


    This week on Sierra Club Radio:Award-winning photographer Ian Shive discusses his new book, The National Parks: An American Legacy.Investigative journalist Andrew Nikiforuk tells the story of activist Jessica Ernst in Slick Water: Fracking and One Insider's Stand Against the World's Most Powerful Industry. From [field_sierra_department]

  • Antibiotics in Meat and Shell in the Arctic


    This week on Sierra Club Radio:Steve Blackledge, U.S. PIRG's public health program director, tells us about efforts to stop the overuse of antibiotics in meatInvestigative journalist Antonia Juhasz discusses her recent piece on Shell Oil and the Arctic.Executive chef Annie Sommerville of Greens Restaurant offers tips and recipes for Thanksgiving. From [field_sierra_department]

  • Victory to block the Keystone XL pipeline


    This week on Sierra Club Radio:Lena Moffitt of the Sierra Club's Dirty Fuels Campaign on the recent victory to block the Keystone XL pipelineLaura Belman CEO of The Mason Bottle on eco-friendly baby suppliesKim & George Haddow on their new book Living with Climate Change: How Communities Are Surviving and Thriving in a Changing Climate From [field_sierra_department]

  • Sustainability in Little Rock and Why You Should Care About Smog


    This week on Sierra Club Radio:The Mayor of Little Rock, Mark Stodola, on efforts to make Little Rock more sustainableThe Sierra Club' s Terry McGuire on why we should care about smog and a new text alert system to stay informed about air quality in your area From [field_sierra_department]