May 1, 2014
Contact: Jenesse Miller, CLCV – 510.844.0235
California League of Conservation Voters (CLCV) Announces Election of New Members to its Board of Directors and Green Advisory Council
Oakland & Los Angeles, Calif. (May 1, 2014) – The California League of Conservation Voters (CLCV) – the non-partisan political action arm of the environmental movement in California – today announced the election of Bryan Blum, Political Director of the California Labor Federation, and Nicholas Josefowitz, Founder of Leadership For A Clean Economy, to its Board of Directors.
CLCV also announced new members of its Green Advisory Council, a group of influential environmental leaders drawn from business, labor, government and other sectors: Tom Buttgenbach, David A. Goldberg, Maureen Grace, Terry O’Day, and Naomi Seligman.
“On behalf of the entire Board, I am delighted to welcome these environmental champions to the CLCV Board of Directors and to our Green Advisory Council,” said Rick Zbur, Chair of the CLCV Board of Directors. “We’re working together to elect environmental leaders in the critical 2014 elections, as well as in the coming years as we protect our state’s air, land and water and continue to make California the national leader on clean energy and climate change solutions.”
About the California League of Conservation Voters
The political muscle of the environmental movement in America’s leading environmental state, the California League of Conservation Voters (CLCV) is the nation’s oldest grassroots environmental political action organization. CLCV uses sophisticated campaign tools to help elect pro-environment officials and to hold them accountable for passing legislation to protect health, communities and the environment. CLCV publishes the annual California Environmental Scorecard, which rates the actions of every state legislator and the governor on the state’s environmental priorities each legislative year. For more information about CLCV, visit www.ecovote.org.
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