“Your goals are my goals,” Malloy announced to the capacity crowd of environmental advocates and legislators gathered at the recent CTLCV environmental summit.
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CTLCV has received a three-year grant of $150,000 from Newman’s Own Foundation in support of the CTLCVEF Transportation Program and Kirsten Griebel has joined the organization as program director.
This year the Connecticut League of Conservation Voters has Professor Dan Esty as their featured keynote speaker at the 2010 Environmental Summit, which gives environmental leaders and elected officials an opportunity to discuss legislative priorities before the start of the legislative session.
The bipartisan Connecticut League of Conservation Voters has named its second round of endorsed candidates for election to the Connecticut General Assembly in the Nov. 2 elections.
The Connecticut League of Conservation Voters has named its first round of endorsed candidates for election to the Connecticut General Assembly in the November 2 elections.
Fifteen candidates who demonstrate strong leadership on environmental issues were named in CTLCV’s first round of endorsements.
All candidates endorsed must be committed to protecting Connecticut’s land, water, air, wildlife, and will work toward solutions to our state’s pressing issues such as transportation, energy policy and waste management.
The bipartisan Connecticut League of Conservation Voters (CTLCV) has released its annual Environmental Scorecard for 2010 and Weston legislators have, for the most part, made the grade — barely. Overall, however, state legislators let their environmental grades slip in the 2010 legislative session. via Environmental Scorecard: Grades slip for state lawmakers | Weston Forum.
CTLCV has an opening for the CTLCV Education Fund Program Director. Details here and at www.conservationeducation.org. via Connecticut League of Conservation Voters: CTLCV is Hiring.
Hartford, CT (August 5, 2010) – The scores are in. And state legislators let their environmental grades slip in the 2010 legislative session, according to the 2010 Annual Environmental Scorecard released today by the bipartisan Connecticut League of Conservation Voters (CTLCV). Citizens who want a sense of how their state legislators performed on environmental issues this