Every year Virginia Sierra Club members join together for a weekend of hiking, music, fun and, of course, learning about how to protect our natural environment in Virginia. This 3 day, 2 night gathering includes nature hikes, Virginia Sierra Club happenings, great music and fellowship. If you’ve never been this is the year to try [...]
Author Archive for Eileen Levandoski
Eileen is the Virginia Conservation Program Manager with the Virginia Chapter Sierra Club.
We can’t let any ALEC members get away with claiming to help the environment — not while they still fund the organization’s extreme anti-climate agenda. But that’s exactly what Dominion Resources is trying to do. Click here to tell Dominion: Quit ALEC TODAY! The dirty energy giant says it’s environmentally responsible,  but the fact [...]
“With the potential for ten thousand good paying, local, family-supporting jobs in Virginia’s offshore wind industry, Governor McAuliffe should adopt a Virginia Energy Plan that endorses offshore wind and the port improvements needed to make it happen,” said William Harriday, staff representative for United Steelworkers.
UPDATE: We are in the final hours to get public comments into the Feds. Click here to send a message to BOEM telling them to halt plans for Atlantic seismic airgun blasting now! The deadline is TOMORROW – May 7, 2014! Protect 138,000 Marine Animals from Seismic Air Gun Blasting with 138,000 Public Comments. Coming [...]
UPDATE: Please see below for some important “Stop the Frack” events in Northern Virginia. We need your help to protect healthy forests and our drinking water in the Shenandoah Valley by keeping the proposed ban on natural gas fracking on the George Washington National Forest. Click here to stop the Frack Attack on the George [...]
In 2013, reports revealed that Virginia Uranium, Inc., the company responsible for unrelenting efforts to lift our state’s 30-year ban on uranium mining, spent $572,607 lobbying Virginia officials over the previous year – the most of any group in Virginia, and nearly as much as the next two top spenders, Dominion Power and Altria, combined. [...]