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What is Project Sunroof?

The Sierra Club and Google are teaming up this summer to raise awareness for moving to 100% clean energy! The mapping tool helps you easily figure out your home's solar potential by quickly estimating your roof's position, shading, and usable hours of sunlight.

It's the #SummerOfSolar. See what your house could generate by using Project Sunroof --> http://sc.org/29cc8tW
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Centennial Kickoff - Celebrating the last 100 years, Looking forward to the next 100 - Diversity, Relevancy and Inclusion in our parks and public lands. National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis joins Sierra Club and non-profit partners for an on the air panel discussion about the Centennial and our plans to build the next generation of diverse champions for people and parks, public lands and the environment.
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Wilderness Act's 50th Anniversary Celebration On Air Google Hangout with Sierra Club Executive Director, Michael Brune and Outdoor Afro creator Rue Mapp. 
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Happy Birthday solar cells! Bell Labs unveiled the first solar cell 60 years ago today.

http://gizmodo.com/60-years-ago-today-bell-labs-unveiled-the-solar-cell-1567543841
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Added photos to The Tar Sands Industry & Water Sustainability Issues: What companies can do to reduce reliance on tar sands fuel.
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This Hangout On Air will highlight the toxic pollution and gross over-use of water associated with the rapidly expanding tar sands industry and how it is impacting Indigenous communities. We'll discuss how some companies, as part of their sustainability and risk avoidance efforts, are reducing their reliance on tar sands fuel in their vehicle fleet and shipping operations. We'll also mention what volunteers can do to get involved in the campaign. Speakers will include: Gina Coplon-Newfield, Sierra Club USA’s Director of Future Fleet & Electric Vehicles Initiative, who will discuss a new report on this topic being released this week; Hannah McKinnon, Environmental Defence Canada’s Program Manager who is an expert on this issue; and Crystal Lameman of the Beaver Lake Cree Nation and Sierra Club Canada’s Prairie Chapter Climate & Energy Campaigner.
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