Nevada Conservation League
The political voice of Nevada’s conservation community
Nevada is at the frontline of the climate crisis. Extreme heat, scorching wildfires, and severe drought continue to threaten our environment, our communities, and our chance of passing a healthy climate on to future generations.
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- Nevada Conservation League on Interior Sec. Deb Haaland’s Roundtable Discussion on Renewable Energy with Senator Catherine Cortez MastoLAS VEGAS, Nev.— Yesterday, Interior Secretary Deb Haaland met with Nevada Senator Catherine Cortez Masto, and Bureau of Land Management Nevada State Director Jon Raby for a roundtable discussion on the Biden Administration’s priority of developing 25 gigawatts of renewable energy on public lands by 2025 and achieving a carbon pollution-free power sector. Nevada isContinue reading “WELCOME TO THE NEVADA CONSERVATION LEAGUE”
- Lawmakers and Tech Experts Envision the Future of Transportation as Powered by Clean EnergyAssemblywoman Nguyen, Commissioner Jones, and Motional, Inc. examine intersecting challenges of transportation, climate change, communities, and emerging technology LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Yesterday, the Nevada Conservation League and Motional, a driverless technology company, hosted a discussion alongside Assemblywoman Rochelle Nguyen and Clark County Commissioner Justin Jones about initiatives that will modernize Nevada’s transportation sector. TheContinue reading “WELCOME TO THE NEVADA CONSERVATION LEAGUE”
- Nevada Conservation League Statement on Chris Brooks’ Departure from Nevada LegislatureLAS VEGAS, Nev. — In response to Senator Chris Brooks’ announcement of his resignation from the Nevada Senate to join private-sector energy, the Nevada Conservation League issued the following statement from Executive Director Paul Selberg: “In the State Legislature, Chris Brooks has been invaluable to the progress we have made to create and expand Nevada’sContinue reading “WELCOME TO THE NEVADA CONSERVATION LEAGUE”
See how your legislator voted to protect our climate, air, water, land, and communities.
The Conservation Scorecard provides information about critical environmental legislation considered and votes taken during the 2021 Nevada legislative session.
- 32 out of 63 legislators received a perfect score of 100%
- State Senators received an average score of 79% and the Assembly received 69%
- Democratic leadership in the Senate and Assembly received a score of 100%
- Chairs of key committees received a 94% or higher