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Your Environmental Values Are Our Priorities

The NC League of Conservation Voters (NCLCV) is the state’s leading pragmatic, nonpartisan voice for our state’s environment.

Members like you are fighting for clean air, clean water, and clean energy for every North Carolinian. Join us in that fight now!

2022 Scorecard

See how your elected officials voted on critical legislation that impacts our environment.

Current Issues

Climate Crisis

US Senate Stays Blue, and Could Still Get Greener
Climate advocates will be watching GA runoff.
NCLCV Post-Election 2022 Memo: Gov. Cooper’s veto maintained to protect NC’s climate
In 2020, we spent more to communicate with voters and elect environmental champions than ever before.
Why Did Hurricane Ian Turn So Strong, So Fast?
It is the season for climate and environmental justice.
NC Electric Vehicles Surge
NC’s registered electric vehicles are on the rise
Record Days and Warming Nights
Heat waves make the headlines, but warming nights are just as worrisome.
Climate Contradictions Explained
Climate basics explained

Clean Energy

State Board Reviews Wood Pellet Industry
Enviva expansion and the wood pellet industry threaten NC communities.
More Wind Energy Areas Proposed Offshore
Wind development can lower energy costs, create jobs, and fight climate change.
Improve the Duke Carbon Plan
Will the Utilities Commission pass a plan for North Carolinians or Duke Energy?
Beasley v. Budd on Clean Energy
Beasley and Budd have starkly different visions for our energy future
IRA Eliminates Coastal Wind Moratorium
IRA eliminates wind moratorium
State Battles Over Climate Action Continue

Let Your Voice Be Heard

Urge Congress: It’s Time to Pass a Climate Bill!
We must pass the Inflation Reduction Act to make it cleaner and cheaper to power our homes and cars!
It’s Time for Polluters to Pay
Urge your state legislators to pass the bipartisan PFAS Polluter Liability bill!
Tell Senators: Guarantee Everyone’s Freedom to Vote
Urge them to pass the Freedom to Vote Act and John Lewis Voting Rights Act!
Urge Gov. Cooper to Join Climate Coalition!
11 neighboring states are cutting emissions and power bills while creating jobs. Let’s join them!
Thank Biden for Acting on Climate!
He marshaled his entire administration to tackle this urgent crisis. Thank him!
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Take Action Today

Right now, you can be a voice for North Carolina’s people and natural resources. Sign a petition. Contact your elected officials. Demand accountability from corporate polluters. Spread the word to your friends and networks through email and social media.

NCLCV provides you with scorecards on how your elected officials voted on environmental issues, insider email updates, and information on how you can get involved in protecting your community. 

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Your support helps NCLCV continue our critical work advocating for sound environmental policies and holding our decision-makers accountable. 

Holding Leaders Accountable

NCLCV is the state’s leading pragmatic, nonpartisan voice for protecting our state’s environment.

North Carolinians, from the mountains to the sea, share a belief in protecting our air and water, maintaining the health of our communities, and ensuring our quality of life. Our elected officials have not always prioritized these values. That’s why our work is critical.

NC League of Conservation Voters (NCLCV) is the state’s leading pragmatic, nonpartisan voice for our state’s environment. 

North Carolinians, from the mountains to the sea, share a belief in protecting our air and water, maintaining the health of our communities, and ensuring our quality of life. Our elected officials have not always prioritized these values. That’s why our work is critical. 

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