WASHINGTON, DC—The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Action Fund, which works to elect candidates who will implement sound environmental policies, announced today its endorsement of Emily Cain for Congress (ME-2). Cain supports action on climate change and advocates for a transition to a clean energy economy that will create jobs in Maine and across the country.
“Emily Cain’s strong record in Maine proves that she understands the importance of protecting our planet for future generations
The ad can be seen here.
Washington, DC: The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) is releasing a new digital ad in support of Hillary Clinton for president that contrasts Clinton’s leadership on climate change with climate science deniers as exemplified by Donald Trump.
The ad is LCV’s first independent expenditure in support of Hillary Clinton for president and in fact LCV’s first independent expenditure of the 2016 cycle overall.
LCV is using a Facebook ad campaign running
Washington, D.C. - In response to the lack of a question about climate change during the sixth Republican debate hosted by the Fox Business Network, LCV National Press Secretary Seth Stein issued the following statement:
“Yet again, the debate moderators did the American people a huge disservice by not asking the candidates about climate change. Whoever steps into the White House in 2017 will choose whether to build upon or dismantle President Obama’s historic legacy of
Washington, D.C. – In anticipation of the House passing S.J. Res. 22, the Congressional Review Act “Resolution of Disapproval” permanently blocking the EPA and Army Corps’ Clean Water Rule, LCV President Gene Karpinski issued the following statement:
“It seems to be "Dirty Water Week' in the House as Republican leadership has once again done the bidding of Big Polluters by moving forward with another radical assault on protections for the drinking water of one in three
Washington, D.C. –In anticipation of the House passing H.R. 1644, the Supporting Transparent Regulatory and Environmental Actions in Mining Act (STREAM Act), a bill to block the Department of Interior’s proposed Stream Protection Rule that aims to better protect mining communities from the harmful impacts of coal mining pollution, LCV Legislative Representative Madeleine Foote issued the following statement:
“House Republican leadership is determined to undermine any and all efforts the Administration makes to ensure that our
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to President Obama’s final State of the Union address, LCV President Gene Karpinski issued the following statement:
“With his final State of the Union, President Obama once again demonstrated his tremendous commitment to meeting the challenge of climate change and protecting our air, water, lands and wildlife for generations to come. Thanks to the president’s leadership, 2015 was a banner year for climate and conservation, including major victories on the Clean
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to TransCanada filing a NAFTA lawsuit over the rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline, LCV Senior Vice President of Government Affairs Tiernan Sittenfeld issued the following statement:
“Even for TransCanada this is beyond the pale. It’s long past time for them to accept the fact that their dirty and dangerous pipeline will never be built. Coming on the heels of the historic climate change agreement in Paris and
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tonight, the Democratic candidates for president met for their third debate, hosted by ABC. In response, LCV National Press Secretary Seth Stein issued the following statement:
“We are deeply disappointed that the moderators tonight ignored a huge opportunity to ask the candidates their plans to address climate change. The American people are more likely to support a candidate who will take action on climate change, the Pentagon has repeatedly called it a national