WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to the failure of Sen. Hoeven’s amendment to the FY17 Senate Energy and Water Appropriations bill, LCV Legislative Representative Madeleine Foote issued the following statement:
“Today Big Polluters and their allies in Congress launched yet another failed attack on the EPA and Army Corps’ Clean Water Rule, which restores important safeguards for the small streams that feed into the drinking water supply of one in three Americans. At a
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to the Senate passing S.2012, the Energy Policy Modernization Act of 2015, LCV Vice President for Government Affairs Sara Chieffo issued the following statement:
“While we appreciate that Senators Cantwell and Murkowski worked to keep the most egregious provisions out of this package, this energy bill is still a mixed bag that LCV cannot support. This package includes some important and widely supported provisions like the Land and Water Conservation Fund
Washington, D.C. – Today, Hillary Clinton was announced as the winner of the 2016 Democratic presidential primary in New York.
“Congratulations to Hillary on another huge win in this primary!” said LCV president Gene Karpinski. “Last week, LCV outlined why we believe Hillary is the environmental champion who should be the next president, which she ably demonstrated by unveiling her plan to address environmental injustice.
“New York Democratic voters chose the candidate who represented them in the
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to Interior Secretary Sally Jewell’s “State of the Parks” address today, LCV President Gene Karpinski issued the following statement:
“Secretary Jewell has articulated a bold vision for the future of America's parks and public lands. She is spot-on that we need more parks--both stunning landscapes and places that tell the story of all Americans--more investment in our booming outdoor economy, and a recognition that some places are just too precious to
Washington, D.C. – Today, Hillary Clinton released her plan to fight for environmental and climate justice. In response, LCV president Gene Karpinski issued the following statement:
“Hillary Clinton’s environmental justice plan says everything about why her vision for a cleaner, safer and more just world is exactly what we need in our next President. Smart, realistic policies that will improve the health and wellbeing of our families have become a hallmark of Hillary’s candidacy. Her plan
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In reaction to today’s Senate Environment and Public Works Superfund, Waste Management, and Regulatory Oversight Subcommittee hearing and in anticipation of Wednesday’s joint hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittees on Environment and the Economy and on Health on the ongoing lead-poisoning health crisis in Flint Michigan, LCV Legislative Representative Madeleine Foote issued the following statement:
“It is shameful that these Republican Senators spent today attacking the Clean Water Rule, which protects
WASHINGTON, D.C. - On reports that President Obama will designate the Sewall-Belmont House in Washington, D.C. a national monument, LCV’s Vice President for Government Affairs Sara Chieffo issued the following statement:
“We are thrilled that President Obama is yet again showing his forward-looking vision for the next 100 years of America’s parks by creating the Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument and adding this historic site to the National Park System. LCV cares deeply about voting
WASHINGTON, DC— The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Action Fund, which works to elect candidates who will implement sound environmental policies, today announced its endorsement of former Congressman Baron Hill for U.S. Senate from Indiana. Through a long and distinguished career in public office, Hill has fought to grow Indiana’s clean energy economy and is committed to addressing climate change.
“We’ve made great strides to address climate change in the past few months, but there