CLCV Honors Senator Barbara Boxer at Annual Gala

Jun 1, 2016

CLCV will honor Senator Barbara Boxer with the Byron Sher Lifetime Achievement Award at our annual Environmental Leadership Awards in San Francisco on June 9, 2016.  Read More >

California Legislature Passes Historic Climate Bill

Sep 10, 2015

California just made climate history once again. Late Friday night, California lawmakers took the final vote on a major climate change bill SB 350 – and it passed.

In other words, California just passed the boldest, farthest reaching climate change legislation in the nation. SB 350 passed thanks to the tremendous outpouring of grassroots support and activism. Read More >

Annie Notthoff, Environmental Champion

Jun 1, 2015

The following remarks were made about and by CLCV Environmental Leadership Award recipient Annie Notthoff on May 28, 2015.

Tom Adams, former Chair of the Board, CLCV:

Annie Notthoff is Director of the Natural Resources Defense Council's California Advocacy program in San Francisco and has been a member of the CLCV Board of Directors for more than 20 years. Annie has had a remarkable career as an environmental advocate.  She has been particularly effective in many areas, but first let’s look at her leadership on climate policy. Read More >

Honoring Lisa Hoyos, Climate Parents

Jun 1, 2015

Below are remarks made about and by honoree Lisa Hoyos at CLCV's Environmental Leadership Awards in San Francisco on May 28, 2015.

Susan Frank, CLCV Board Member: Read More >

CLCV Honors California Senate President Pro Tempore Kevin de León

Dec 2, 2014

CLCV is thrilled to honor California Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León at our upcoming Environmental Leadership Awards in Los Angeles. Read More >

Do You Know the Score?

Oct 28, 2014

Our annual California Environmental Scorecard is now live! Read More >

CLCV and LCV Announce "Price We All Pay" Campaign

Sep 5, 2014

At a press conference today, the California League of Conservation Voters (CLCV) and the national League of Conservation Voters (LCV) announced a new campaign, The Price We All Pay, to curb the influence of polluter money in elections. As part of the campaign, the groups are urging California members of Congress to co-sponsor the Government by the People Act, and are raising awareness of the impacts of polluter money in politics at a time of record climate change impacts nationwide. Read More >

Big Oil: Up to its old tricks

Jul 17, 2014

Big Oil is up to its old tricks. They've just launched a manipulative assault on AB 32, the most important clean air and climate law passed in decades for California--and arguably the nation--all to avoid taking responsibility to reduce their pollution. In a nutshell, oil companies think they deserve a free pass to pollute as much as they always have. Read More >

New America Media honored by CLCV for Environmental Leadership

Jun 23, 2014

New America Media, the country's first and largest national collaboration of and advocate for more than 3,000 ethnic news organizations, will receive CLCV's Environmental Leadership Award this week in San Francisco. Read More >

Susan Frank Receives CLCV Environmental Leadership Award

Jun 23, 2014

CLCV is thrilled to honor Susan Frank, President & Chief Operating Officer for The Better World Group and a long-serving CLCV Board member with our Environmental Leadership Award this week in San Francisco. Read More >

 
 
 

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