January/February 2008 SIERRA Reader Survey

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January/February 2008
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7. How would you rate the January/February 2008 issue?
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8. Please rate the January/February 2008 package "Green From Green: A Report on Business" (a look at how corporate America is becoming more eco-conscious):
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9. Please rate the January/February 2008 article "Green & Greed: Can They Get Along?" by Reed McManus (SIERRA audits the merger of business and the environment):
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10. Please rate the January/February 2008 article "Keep Your Eye on the Globe" by Dashka Slater (profiles of six sustainability officers who combine green pedigrees with business acumen):
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11. Please rate the January/February 2008 article "Big Debate Over the Big Box" by Reed McManus (former Sierra Club president Adam Werbach is helping Wal-Mart become a better, greener corporate citizen):
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12. Please rate the January/February 2008 article "Chilling Lessons" by Richard Nelson (in this excerpt from <i>The Last Polar Bear,</i> the perfect predator teaches humans how to survive life in the Arctic):
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13. Please rate the January/February 2008 article "It's Global Warming, Stupid!" by Paul Rauber (a discussion with political insiders Michael Bocian, Newt Gingrich, David Orr, and Matt Stoller on climate change and the 2008 presidential election):
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14. Please rate the January/February 2008 article "Assignment: Make Climate Change <i>Sizzle</i>" (design students from Carnegie Mellon University use their creativity to raise carbon consciousness):
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15. Please rate the January/February 2008 article "Power Hungry" by Marilyn Berlin Snell (our investigative reporter examines Arizona's nuclear high-wire act--and the hidden costs of uranium mining):
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16. Please circle the number that best describes your level of interest in different types of SIERRA content:
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"Letters" (Our readers weigh in)
"Ways & Means" (Commentary by Sierra Club executive director Carl Pope)
"One Small Step" (A bright idea from an inspiring person)
"Lay of the Land" (Environmental news and analysis)
"Profile" (Stories of people who work to protect nature and health)
"Good Going" (A brief exploration of a wild destination)
"The Green Life" (Trends, products, and tips for ecofriendly living)
"Sierra Club Bulletin" (About the Sierra Club and its members)
"Grassroots" (Sierra Club activism at the local level)
"Last Words" (A photograph and commentary)
"Sierra Club Outings" (Listings of Sierra Club trips)
17. What do you find most interesting about SIERRA?
18. Least interesting?
19. What topics would you like to see covered more often?
20. Less often?
21. How would you suggest improving SIERRA?
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