Our Environmental Justice Intern Elisa Sarantschin made an exciting presentation about her summer internship on the Chemical Corridor Toxic Tour. She took us on a "virtual toxic tour" of the chemical corridor between New Castle and Delaware City, highlighting the numerous contaminated sites and their environmental and health impacts.
Public Hearing on Brandywine Creek gas pipeline crossing
The Delaware Chapter of the Sierra Club opposes proposed plan for the the Williams-Transcontinental so-called “Sentinel Project” and its proposed “Downingtown Loop” to replace a 30” pipeline with a 42” pipeline.
Adam Holubinka reflects on the "Stop the Frack Attack" Rally in Washington D.C., July 28, 2012
Members of the Delaware Chapter carpooled to Washington D.C. to join in on the Stop the Frack Attack rally and march on Saturday, July 28, 2012.
The Trees of Delaware, August 2012
Please join us for our regular First Wednesday Speaker Series.
Caterpillars of Northern Delaware, July 28, 2012
This program is organized by the Society of Natural History of Delaware, July 28, 2012.
Free Film Screening: Gasland, July 26
Join us for a free film screening of the Oscar-Award nominated film Gasland!
Thursday, July 26, 2012 at 6:45 PM
3000 Videre Dr, Wilmington, DE 19808
We Are Kalamazoo, July 25, 2012
Delawareans are in solidarity with the communities impacted by the tar sands on this two-year anniversary of the Kalamazoo oil spill. We learned last week that the Delaware City Refinery, located within Delaware's protected coastal zone, would be increasing its rail shipments of oil to include 100,000 barrels per day of Canadian tar sands. We joined together to watch the documentary film "An Evolving Legacy: Delaware's Coastal Zone Act", which according to Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands in 1971, speaking as Chairman of the World Wildlife Fund, "...was the first time in the world any community has won such a battle with international oil companies." Through this solidarity action, we are filled with hope that we can continue to win the battle with international oil companies - in Delaware, in Kalamazoo, and worldwide.