Carl Pope is the former Executive Director of the Sierra Club, an American environmental organization founded by John Muir in 1892. As the executive director and chairman of the Sierra Club, Pope led the nation’s largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization. During his eighteen years of leadership, the Sierra club led the charge in helping to block more than 125 proposed new coal fired power plants, achieving a 40% improvement in the pollution. He inspires people to help the environment through his example of progressive activism and leadership.

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