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English and Spanish TV & digital ad campaign details Heck’s climate denialism and opposition to solar
Las Vegas, NV – Today, LCV Victory Fund, EDF Action and the Sierra Club are announcing a $1.85 million English and Spanish ad campaign in the Nevada Senate race, detailing Rep. Joe Heck’s climate science denialism and opposition to solar, which risks Nevadans’ jobs.
The TV ads in this campaign are
WASHINGTON, DC—In anticipation of Hillary Clinton and Vice President Al Gore’s speech on climate change today at 3pm, League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Action Fund SVP of Government Affairs Tiernan issued the following statement:
“The stakes in this election couldn’t be higher for our planet, and as Hillary Clinton and Al Gore will highlight today, climate change is already impacting our day-to-day lives from stronger storms to extreme drought to rising sea levels. Climate
Washington, D.C. –In response to the second presidential debate, LCV National Campaigns Director Clay Schroers issued the following statement:
“Let’s be clear: Donald Trump clearly does not understand American energy policy or environmental protection at all. When asked about energy, he spewed Big Polluters’ fact-free talking points and doubled-down on a dirty, outdated energy plan. Hillary not only recognized the critical importance of meeting the challenge of climate change head-on, but also laid out a comprehensive
Washington, D.C. –In response to leaked footage of Donald Trump’s comments about women from 2005, LCV President Gene Karpinski issued the following statement.
“Donald Trump’s vile objectification and boasting of sexual assault demeans women, and is an insult to the American people who he is asking to lead. His deeply offensive attitudes and treatment of women are among the most serious examples of how he lacks the temperament, judgment and qualifications to be president. Trump has
WASHINGTON, DC—Today, the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Action Fund endorsed Annie Kuster for re-election to U.S. Congress (NH-02) at an environmental roundtable where Congresswoman Kuster, State Senator Dan Feltes, ReVision Energy’s Solar Initiatives Director Jack Ruderman, Special Assistant for Environmental and Energy Policy for Gov. John Lynch Alice Chamberlin, and New Hampshire Technical Institute students Jessica Smith, Mike Thompson, and Cassidy Brennan discussed New Hampshire’s clean energy economy and mitigating the impacts of
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today 14 Senators, led by Senators Ed Markey (D-MA) and Cory Booker (D-NJ), sent a letter to President Obama calling on him to permanently withdraw the entire Arctic and Atlantic Oceans from any future leasing for offshore drilling. The letter comes on the heels of a bipartisan letter sent by 74 members of the House of Representatives as well as another letter sent by the heads of some of the nation’s leading
Washington, DC—The League of Conservation Voters Action Fund, which works to elect candidates who will implement sound environmental policies, announced today its endorsement of Sarah Lloyd for Congress (WI-6). Lloyd is a longtime advocate for clean water and clean energy in Wisconsin.
“As a farmer and advocate for sustainable agriculture, Sarah Lloyd will be an important voice in pushing for more clean energy development, especially in rural communities,” said LCV Action Fund President Gene Karpinski.
Washington, DC - With India and the European Union officially joining, the Paris Climate Agreement crosses the thresholds required for it to enter into force. In response, LCV President Gene Karpinski issued the following statement:
“This is a historic day. Today’s developments are yet more powerful evidence of the momentum for climate action. Countries, states, cities, and communities are already dealing with the devastating impacts of climate change and understand the urgency of this challenge. We