Michael Brune is the executive director of The Sierra Club. His book "Coming Clean: Breaking America's Addiction to Oil and Coal" was published by Sierra Club Books in September 2008. He lives in California with his wife and two young troublemakers.
By Michael Brune on July 24, 2012
Beginning this weekend, the Sierra Club and its allies will hold We Are the Kalamazoo events across North America to mark this two-year anniversary of the largest and most toxic inland oil spill in U.S. history
By Michael Brune on June 15, 2012
Here in the U.S., dads face a new challenge. We’re raising the first generation of kids who are unhealthier than their parents were.
By Michael Brune on May 7, 2012
A massive new trade agreement could have profound implications for our environment, our health, and the rights of workers, it is being negotiated in almost complete secrecy.
By Michael Brune on April 23, 2012
BP obviously would love to put the Deepwater Horizon disaster behind it, but the communities of the Gulf do not have that luxury.
By Michael Brune on April 6, 2012
Congress has already missed multiple chances to extend the PTC, which has solid support in the House but has struck out in the Senate. There’s still hope that a bipartisan effort will rectify the situation.