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 helps to pass laws that protect our air, water, wildlife, open space, and our health. CTLCV elects pro-environment candidates to office, informs them on issues and holds all of our elected officials accountable.
Get the Full Results of the 2018 Election
This election proved to be monumental for the environment. CTLCV saw an incredible 29 of our 36 endorsed candidates win their races, including Governor-Elect Ned Lamont.
CTLCV Backs Ned Lamont for Governor
Ned is the only candidate with a plan to protect the air we breathe, water we drink, and future we believe in. See why he earned our endorsement!
Which Candidates Earned CTLCV's Support?
CTLCV endorsed candidates for the Connecticut General Assembly who will stand up for the air we breathe, water we drink, and future we believe in.
Always Know the Score
It's here! See how your legislator voted on climate change, clean energy, land conservation, water, toxics, and more. Our Environmental Scorecard contains a list of all bills on our 2018 Watch List, how they would impact the environment, our position, whether they passed or failed, and how lawmakers voted.
Get your copy today!
Clean Energy For All Begins in Connecticut
CTLCV is fighting to put Connecticut on the path to 100% clean energy by 2050.
CANDIDATES PLEDGE | VOTER PLEDGE
CTLCV Holds Climate Change Forum
Connecticut's 2018 gubernatorial candidates shared their thoughts on climate change and clean energy. Special thanks to Trinity College and all of our partners for making this event possible.
2018 Legislative Session Results
CTLCV worked with other environmental groups, legislators, and advocates from across the state to advance environmental legislation at the General Assembly. Learn the final results of the bills we tracked during this short legislative session.
2018 Environmental Summit Recap
Lawmakers, government officials, citizens, and environmental advocacy groups met in January to discuss key environmental priorities in the 2018 legislative session of the Connecticut General Assembly.