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Sierra Club Boots Florida Chapter Over Clorox Deal

from Mother Jones

greenworks-dilutable.gifThe Sierra Club voted this week to suspend its entire 35,000-member Florida chapter for four years and removed the chapter’s leadership. The reason? The chapter openly criticized the Club’s decision to partner with Clorox for Clorox’s new “Green Works” line of “natural” cleaning products.

The dispute between the Florida chapter and the national organization started in December, when Sierra Club’s national board of directors overrode the Club’s Corporate Relations Committee to approve the deal with Clorox. So far, details about the exact nature of the agreement have not been revealed, except for the fact that Clorox will pay the Sierra Club for its sponsorship and the use of its logo on Green Works products, with the exact amount depending on product sales.

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