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2020 Scorecard

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The 2020 legislative session was dominated by COVID-19 response measures. Luckily that meant few anti-environmental measures saw the light of day. It also meant another session with no positive progress for clean air, clean water, and clean energy.

So with no bills to score this year, we are unveiling an interactive map with legislators’ lifetime scores and contact information, so you can tell them what you think about how they have voted on the issues you care about.

We are also including articles outlining the issues at play in recent years and moving forward, as we hope to build toward a Green Caucus majority in the General Assembly.

Help your friends and family across North Carolina know the score too.

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2020 NC Scorecard Map

Unsure who your legislator is? Use our Legislative Lookup Tool: 

Click the pins in the map below to see how your legislator scored on the environment. Access their email, Twitter, and Facebook links to tell them your thoughts on their score.

Legend:

0–24%

25–49%

50–74%

75–100%

Senate

House

Read the Top Stories from the 2020 Scorecard

Gov. Cooper’s Report Card
Our governor is fighting to protect our health and climate and to advance clean energy.
Bills NCLCV Acted On, 2019-20 Sessions
Luckily, most of the worst legislation never saw the light of day.
Green Tie Awards 2020
Find out which legislators we honored at this year’s ceremony with Gov. Cooper and Cory Booker!
Cuts to DEQ Funding: Impacts on Water Quality
DEQ’s job is to protect our health but legislators have been slashing its budget for a decade.
PFAS and GenX
These “forever chemicals” are a growing problem that legislators and the EPA are keeping us from solving.
Coal Ash
Gov. Cooper forced Duke Energy to move its coal ash but legislators are trying to let them send us the bill.
Hog Waste and the Farm Act of 2019
Legislators keep doing Smithfield Foods’ bidding, harming our health while protecting pork polluters.
Environmental Justice
Communities of color are disproportionately impacted by pollution and climate change.
Atlantic Coast Pipeline
In a victory for North Carolinians, Duke and Dominion Energy cancelled their pipeline plans.
Clean Energy
Gov. Cooper is leading us toward a clean energy future with good-paying jobs and a healthier climate.
Climate Resilience
Gov. Cooper’s DEQ has released a plan to help us weather the climate storm.

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