Sierra Club Green Home

Sierra Club Green Home was developed with a simple mission in mind: to help Americans make their homes more energy efficient, environmentally sustainable and healthy. We do not sell products or services. Instead, we educate consumers on how to improve their home health and connect them with Providers that can help them achieve their goals. Our screening process ensures that all Providers listed on our site can help you create a greener, healthier home by reducing

your use of energy
your use of non-renewable natural resources
the presence of toxins and chemicals in your home.

While our education contains some fairly sophisticated content, we focus primarily on "non-green" and "newly-green" citizens. Research indicates the vast majority of Americans are not taking even simple steps to reduce their impact - things like installing CFLs, turning off the water when brushing teeth, recycling cans, bottles and newspapers, or looking for organic produce options. We believe this is where SCGH can have the greatest benefit, by influencing people to take those simple first steps to practice environmental responsibility at home. And of course, we offer vast amounts of education and products for the already-green who are looking to do even more.



Gordon Wangers, CMO
Sierra Club Green Home
phone 888.SCGH.COM

The Greenest White House
Woodstoves and Pellet Stoves
Burning Leaves is Bad News
Programmable Thermostats: Saving the Planet While Saving You Money
Nine Months In...Let the Green Begin!
Side effect of plastic: Aggressive Kids
Fun Ways to Go Green this Holiday Season
Warm Yourself, Not the Planet: How to Keep Warm While Staying Green
Indoor Heating by a Concrete Wall
Indoor Air Quality
How to Reduce the Fumes
Home Performance and Indoor Air Quality Experts
Understanding Carbon Offsetting
One Block off the Grid: How 1BOG is saving you money on solar panels
The Detroit Auto Show: Sure Looks Green to Me
Downsizing — A Thousand Square Feet Per Person, A New American Standard
Car Racing and Energy Efficiency–Strange Bedfellows? Not Anymore
Home in a Box: Cargo Container Dwellings
A View of Earth: PBS Offers Operators Manual
Charge It Up: Installing an EV Charging Station at Home
PlanetSolar’s Pioneering Voyage
How Apple’s Product Design Reduces Carbon Footprint
Old Plastic Bottles Bring Light
Plastic Bags: On Their Way Out?
A Green Military: Saving More than Energy
Plant Plastic: Future of Plastic Is in Plants, not Petroleum
Ford’s Future Cars: Plastic Bottle Carpets and Soy Seats
Energy Conservation in Our Artificial Habitats
Do Pollutants Cause Breast Cancer?
Virgin Islands Lose Oil Refinery: Opportunity for Green Energy?
Underground Eco Park in Progress on NYC's Lower East Side
Solar Roadways: Energy and Transportation Solution in One
Fighting Mosquitoes, the Green Way
Sustainable Seafood Guide: How to Save the Seas with Your Diet
Classes Make Bicycling in Los Angeles Easier
Sunny Forecast for Solar Power
New Los Angeles Sewage Treatment Prevents Carbon Emissions
Make Earth Day count and start doing things to help all year long
Dalai Lama: Take Care of Our Home
Take a Walk, its good for you AND for the Environment!
The Last Mountain: A Second Look at Coal
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution innovates to help track Arctic Ice
Slipping Sustainability Through The Back Door
To Buy Green Or To Be Green?
Turning Trash into Art
Reconstructing Communities with Green Buildings
Biochar Initiative Restores Hillside at Former Silver Mine in Colorado
Smart is at a whole new level for homes
An insulation trifecta
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