CTLCV issues the following strong statement today in response to a move by the legislature to back pedal on the state’s clean energy goals: “The legislature blew it,” they write. “The state legislature’s vote today to retreat from our state’s clean energy goals practically guarantees that we get locked into large, environmentally damaging HydroQuebec power to flood our energy market and damage the growing industry that creates jobs related to clean, renewable power in Connecticut.” Click for more from CTLCV.
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CTLCV hosted its 13th Annual Environmental Summit in downtown Hartford on Dec. 6 with over 200 people in attendance. The overarching message that our state must not forgo environmental protection, even during dire fiscal times, was repeated throughout the day. Click on this environmental headline for more from CTLCV.
Title: LCV Volunteer Director Status: Exempt Reports To: LCV Campaigns Project Manager Positions Reporting To This Position: Volunteer Coordinators, outside vendors & consultants as needed The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) seeks to hire a volunteer director to manage its membership volunteer program, to mobilize LCV members across the country. The primary focus is to
In contrast to the situation in Washington, Connecticut made progress in 2011 at the state level on key issues such as energy policy, clean water funding, and reducing toxic chemicals that affect human health. “However, we are starting to feel the anti-environmental wave emanating from Washington,” CTLCV Executive Director Lori Brown said.