Nevada Conservation League Applauds New BLM Rule on Oil and Gas Leasing Reform

LAS VEGAS, NV — Today, the Nevada Conservation League celebrates the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) new rule on oil and gas leasing, marking a significant step forward in ensuring fair returns and environmental protection for Nevadans. This pivotal rule addresses long-standing issues in the federal oil and gas leasing program and introduces key fiscal […]

Still Reeling from Record High Gas Bills, Customers Face Another Southwest Gas Rate Hike

Advocates Demand Relief and Greater Utility Scrutiny Las Vegas, NV – In response to the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada’s (PUCN) decision to approve a rate increase for Southwest Gas, after confirming there were no changes to the draft order released on March 22, clean energy advocates call for greater accountability and scrutiny of utility […]

Nevada Conservation League celebrates another step forward in cleaning up the transportation sector with EPA’s finalization of Light-Duty Vehicle Standards

Washington, DC – Today, in another step forward in protecting the public from air and climate pollution, the EPA finalized new light-duty vehicle tailpipe emissions standards. The Nevada Conservation League is pleased that EPA and the Biden administration are continuing their work to cut pollution from the transportation sector. These new clean cars standards are vital […]

Nevada Conservation League Hosts Workshop on Clean Energy Home Upgrades

State Senator Dina Neal, Clark County Commissioner William McCurdy II, Nevada Clean Energy Fund, and Nevada Conservation League elevated cost-saving opportunities for Nevadans LAS VEGAS, NV — Yesterday, the Nevada Conservation League was joined by State Senator Dina Neal, Clark County Commissioner William McCurdy II, and the Nevada Clean Energy Fund during the ‘Clean Power Perks’ […]

NV Energy’s Poor Planning Results in Approval of Costly Projects 

Clean energy advocates point to fear-mongering, hidden information, and stakeholder obstruction tying the PUCN’s hands Las Vegas, NV – Today, the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada (PUCN) announced its decision on NV Energy’s latest costly amendment to their 2021 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), confirming that there were no changes made to the draft order released earlier this week, and the […]

League of Conservation Voters Releases National Environmental Scorecard For Nevada’s Federal Representatives

Scores Show Nevada’s Democratic Delegation Championed Our Environment, Despite MAGA Republican Gridlock Las Vegas, NV – Today, the League of Conservation Voters released its 2023 National Environmental Scorecard highlighting Nevada’s federal leaders’ work to protect our environment and democracy despite months of legislative attacks and partisan chaos caused by MAGA extremists in the Republican party. […]

Congresswoman Dina Titus, State Senator Roberta Lange Join Nevada Conservation League and Clean Air Advocates to Celebrate New Federal Soot Standards for a Healthier Nevada

(Las Vegas, NV) – Today, Congresswoman Dina Titus and Assistant Senate Majority Leader Roberta Lange, joined Las Vegas clean air advocates to celebrate the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new stronger standards to reduce particulate matter (PM 2.5), commonly known as soot.  A recording of the event is available here. President Joe Biden and EPA Administrator Michael […]

Nevada Organizations Applaud Senator Jacky Rosen’s Introduction of the Truckee Meadows Public Lands Management Act

Senator Rosen introduces her largest conservation proposal while advancing key economic priorities for Washoe County RENO (Jan. 16, 2024) — Today, Nevada Senator Jacky Rosen announced the introduction of the Truckee Meadows Public Lands Management Act, advancing much needed land protection in Northern Nevada, preserving wildlife habitat, safeguarding access to public lands for outdoor recreation […]