The League of Conservation Voters builds political power for people and the planet. We influence policy, hold politicians accountable, and win elections in order to create safe and healthy communities protected by a just and equitable democracy.
We engage millions of people in the policy-making process to tackle the climate crisis, confront environmental injustices, and build an equitable democracy.
From the work of our state affiliates to our Chispa program’s deep community organizing to large field campaigns, we build a more powerful and racially inclusive movement.
The National Environmental Scorecard holds members of Congress accountable by scoring the votes that affect our climate, democracy, and the health of our communities.
We have a proven record of electing candidates at all levels of government who will fight for a healthier climate and a just democracy for all.
President Biden has announced he’s considering designating the Pacific Remote Islands as a National Marine Sanctuary. This step would protect some of the last remaining healthy, wild ecosystems in the Pacific Ocean from destruction, while helping fulfill President Biden’s promise to conserve at least 30% of U.S. lands and waters by 2030.
Take action before the June 2 deadline: tell the Biden administration that you support permanent protections for the entire Pacific Remote Islands and surrounding waters.
Passing this historic federal clean energy plan was only the first step to advancing climate action and environmental justice. Now we're working to ensure that the plan is swiftly, effectively, and equitably implemented so that the IRA’s real-world benefits make their way to families, businesses, and communities across the country. But what does “implementation” mean, exactly?
May 22, 2023
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