clean energy
Statement on Gov. Cooper’s Climate Change Executive Order

Statement on Gov. Cooper’s Climate Change Executive Order from Dan Crawford, Director of Governmental Relations With his commitment to a 40% reduction of North Carolina’s greenhouse gas emissions over the next seven years, Gov. Roy Cooper continues to prove why he earned an ‘A’ in our latest scorecard for his environmental leadership over the last… Continue Reading Statement on Gov. Cooper’s Climate Change Executive Order

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2018
NCLCV Releases 2018 Environmental Legislative Scorecard

Where did legislators rank on North Carolina’s environmental priorities in 2018? NCLCV releases its latest scorecard assessing the 2017 and 2018 sessions RALEIGH, N.C.—A day before early voting begins, the North Carolina League of Conservation Voters released its latest annual scorecard taking a comprehensive look at where every legislator stood on the environmental issues most… Continue Reading NCLCV Releases 2018 Environmental Legislative Scorecard

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Michael Lee
Statement on Sen. Michael Lee’s Environmental Record

Statement from Elizabeth Redenbaugh, NCLCV Board Member and Wilmington Resident, on Sen. Michael Lee (R-Wilmington) Environmental Record Michael Lee is running ads claiming that he is “fighting for clean water.” That’s false. We’d like to correct the record. Sen. Lee had a 0 NCLCV score in the 2017-18 legislative sessions, reflecting his failure to adequately… Continue Reading Statement on Sen. Michael Lee’s Environmental Record

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Clean Energy for All
94 Legislative Candidates Commit to Moving NC to 100% Clean Energy by 2050

94 Legislative Candidates Commit to Moving NC to 100% Clean Energy by 2050 Clean Energy for All will improve North Carolinians’ health and create more sustainable communities RALEIGH, N.C.— Today, as part of a nationwide effort, the North Carolina League of Conservation Voters (NCLCV) announced that 94 General Assembly candidates have committed to the ‘Clean… Continue Reading 94 Legislative Candidates Commit to Moving NC to 100% Clean Energy by 2050

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