WASHINGTON, DC –LCV President Gene Karpinski issued the following statement about the anniversary of the Clean Power Plan:
“A year ago today, President Obama took the single biggest step in our nation’s history to combat climate change when he finalized the EPA’s landmark Clean Power Plan. The Clean Power Plan sets the first national carbon pollution limits for power plants. This commonsense and widely-supported step is good for our health, good for our environment and
WASHINGTON, DC – In response to the Obama Administration’s announcement on finalizing guidance for the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) to incorporate climate change in the review process, LCV’s Vice President of Government Affairs Sara Chieffo issued the following statement:
“Today’s announcement shows that once again President Obama is leading by example and making climate change a top priority. This guidance ensures that climate change is a core part of the environmental review process conducted by
LCV President Gene Karpinski to announce Trump’s place during his remarks at the DNC
Philadelphia, PA – Today, from the stage at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, League of Conservation Voters (LCV) president Gene Karpinski will announce that Republican Presidential Nominee Donald J. Trump is being named to the LCV’s signature “Dirty Dozen” list for the 2016 cycle.
“The stakes could not be higher - climate change is happening now, and yet Donald Trump calls it
Philadelphia, PA – Today, League of Conservation Voters (LCV) President Gene Karpinski spoke from the stage of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Below are his prepared remarks.
The question was simple.
Meghan Andrade– a student at the University of New Hampshire– asked Donald Trump about his plan to fight climate change.
Trump mocked her, like he's mocked so many others.
But climate change is no joke. From floods in Miami, to droughts in California, to forest fires in
Washington, D.C. – In anticipation of Hillary Clinton accepting the Democratic nomination for President of the United States, LCV Action Fund Senior Vice President of Government Affairs Tiernan Sittenfeld issued the following statement:
“In selecting Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party chose as their nominee for president a climate champion who will fight for a sustainable, just future. The choice facing voters this November could not be starker, and the stakes could not be higher. Our communities
TV, digital advertising highlight Sen. Johnson’s climate denialism, support from Big Oil polluters
Milwaukee, WI - Today, LCV Victory Fund and EDF Action launched TV and digital ad programs totaling $1 million detailing Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson’s support from Big Oil polluters and stubborn climate denialism. These announcements come shortly after LCV named Sen. Ron Johnson to its signature Dirty Dozen list in June. LCV Victory Fund’s ad, “Where,” contrasts the broad agreement that climate
Thursday evening remarks will contrast climate change denier Donald Trump with climate and clean energy champion Hillary Clinton.
PHILADELPHIA, PA - Today, the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) is announcing its President, Gene Karpinski, will address the Democratic National Committee Convention on Thursday night.In the hours leading up to Hillary Clinton's historic address to the nation, Karpinski will discuss LCV's commitment to electing Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine and defeating Donald Trump. Karpinski will also discuss
Washington, D.C. – Following today’s announcement that Hillary Clinton has asked Senator Tim Kaine to be her vice president, LCV Action Fund Senior Vice President of Government Affairs Tiernan Sittenfeld issued the following statement:
“Awesome choice, Hillary! We’re thrilled that Hillary has picked Senator Tim Kaine to be her running mate. As mayor, governor, and senator, he has a proven track record as an environmental leader who has worked to combat climate change, grow our clean