2018-2019 Capital Region Policy Agenda
This Blueprint for a Greener Capital Region provides specific actions government officials can take to fight climate change, conserve our lands and waters, and protect public health.
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Job Opening: Program Assistant (Part-time)
NYLCV's educational affiliate, the New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund (NYLCVEF) is looking for a talented individual to develop and implement its Clean Buses Campaign.
NYLCV Releases Inaugural Federal Policy Agenda
Each year, NYLCV and the NYLCV Education Fund work closely with New York’s leading environmental, public health, conservation, energy, environmental
Environmental Wins in New York’s New State Budget
For the first time since 2010, New York began its fiscal year with a budget extender from the previous year
What Trump's Proposed Budget Means for New York's Environment
President Trump’s recently released budget would have devastating effects on the environment and people of New York State. Significant cuts
Environment Fares Well in Proposed State Budgets
New York’s Senate and Assembly recently released their budget proposals for FY 2017-2018. Now, the two legislative houses and the
Programs to Reduce Food Waste in Executive Budget
In the United States 62 million tons of food on average goes unconsumed every year. The upside to wasted food
The Election is Over: Where do we stand?
Tuesday marked the end of the most unpredictable campaign cycle in recent memory. It broke with much of the conventional
New York State Policy Agenda 2016
There are still many big items on our to-do list for this year and that's why we've released our New York State Policy Agenda for 2016. It includes our top priorities for Albany to act on this year.