Beyond Coal at MSU!!!

The Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal Campaign has launched in East Lansing, Michigan this Winter! Check back often to hear what is going on with the campaign and find out ways you can get involved in transitioning off coal and building the clean energy economy here at State.

Come to our Kick-Off Meeting this WEDNESDAY, January 27th at 7pm in Berkey Hall 100. Find out ways to get involved and meet some great people while we begin working on the campaign! See you soon!

If you are interested in an internship with the Sierra Club this Spring, please contact Campaign Coordinator Monica Embrey at Internship opportunities available in media, coalition building, event planning, grassroots campaign tactics and more! No experience needed. For credit opportunities available (3–12 credits, depending on major)!

MSU Beyond Coal is a campaign that launched in the Spring of 2010 to call for the transition of Michigan State University away from coal to 100% clean and renewable energy sources. This is part of a national campaign officially sponsored by the Sierra Student Coalition and Sierra Club on over 30 university campuses to shut down or replace campus-based coal plants and end our schools’ dependence on the coal-generated electricity.

Young people are organizing coast-to-coast and already making their campuses model institutions with efficiency, renewable energy and more. Now it’s time to finish the job and demand an end to dirty, dangerous and outdated coal. To read more about some of the universities involved and campuses that have successfully transitioned beyond coal, check out our report: Moving Campuses Beyond Coal.

To learn more about our campaign here at MSU, feel free to check out our the various committees we have in the tabs above (Coalitions, Grassroots, and Media).


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