The Connecticut League of Conservation Voters (CTLCV) is a bipartisan, statewide, nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting Connecticut's environment by making it a priority for our elected leaders.
As a legislative watchdog, CTLCV works with Connecticut's environmental advocacy groups to promote important bills that affect our air, water, wildlife, open space, and our health.
We're unique because we:
- Educate the public about a broad range of important environmental issues.
- Evaluate the performance of elected officials.
- Endorse & elect by campaign for the passages of laws during the legislative season & candidates in the electoral season.
What are CTLCV members saying about the environment?
The Connecticut League of Conservation Voters recently surveyed its members to find out what the main environmental concerns were for Connecticut.
59% of respondents listed Climate Change as one of the most important issues! Respondents also ranked clean water, wildlife protection, pollution, and GMO's as important issues to focus on.
This information will allow CTLCV to help Connecticut's environment even more during the next legislative session.
2015 Environmental Briefing Papers
Since 2004, the Connecticut League of Conservation Voters Education Fund has produced briefing materials on a broad array of environmental issues for state legislators, policy makers, media, and the general public. This year we have highlighted ten issues that are of critical importance to Connecticut.
Updated March 2015
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