Turning Your Environmental Values into NC Priorities
For more than 40 years, under our former name Conservation Council of NC, North Carolina League of Conservation Voters (NCLCV) has worked to turn your environmental values into North Carolina priorities.
We work to pass laws to protect the air you breathe, water you drink, and the health of the community in which you live.
We know that many of the important decisions that impact the environment are made by politicians. That is why it is critically important to monitor and influence legislation at the North Carolina General Assembly, hold legislators accountable for their environmental decisions, and work to elect people who care about the environment to office. We are your eyes and ears at the legislature.
With your help, we can turn our environmental values into North Carolina priorities. Our goal is to make protecting North Carolina’s environment and quality of life a priority for voters, political candidates, and elected officials. Who we elect matters!
The North Carolina League of Conservation Voters (formerly Conservation Council of NC) is a pragmatic, non-partisan advocacy organization working statewide to protect, preserve, and enhance the quality of life for North Carolina citizens.
Meet our President Nina Szlosberg-Landis and the rest of the Board.
Meet our Executive Director Carrie Clark and the rest of the team.
NCLCV knows that the most important decisions made on the environment are made by elected officials. Formerly called Conservation Council of NC, we were one of the first organizations in North Carolina to invest in a lobbyist to make sure the environment had a consistent voice at the North Carolina General Assembly. NCLCV became known for its effective voice at the General Assembly.
North Carolina League of Conservation Voters is a family of three organizations—each with their own mission, programs, and Boards of Directors. This three-tiered approach uniquely positions us to be a steady, strong, and effective force for sound environmental policy making at the State Legislature. Our family of three works to turn environmental values into North Carolina priorities.