What We Do

The Virginia League of Conservation Voters serves as the political voice of the state’s conservation community, working to make sure Virginia’s elected officials recognize that our natural heritage is an environmental and economic treasure for all. Virginia LCV works with conservation leaders across Virginia and strives for a conservation majority in state government. We secure good public policies on the state level and hold public officials accountable for their positions on environmental issues.

The Virginia League of Conservation Voters serves as the political voice of the state’s conservation community, working to make sure Virginia’s elected officials recognize that our natural heritage is an environmental and economic treasure for all. Virginia LCV works with conservation leaders across Virginia and strives for a conservation majority in state government. We secure good public policies on the state level and hold public officials accountable for their positions on environmental issues.


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Issues Affecting Virginia

THE BAY & CLEAN WATER

We work to protect water quality across Virginia, from the smallest streams to the widest rivers, because water connects us all.

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HEALTHY COMMUNITIES

Open space lost tomorrow is open space lost forever. Help us preserve our precious land resources.

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CLIMATE & ENERGY

We can and must reduce our carbon footprint here in Virginia. Together, we can advance clean energy.

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Take Action

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Thank your Senator for standing up for EPA

Both of Virginia’s U.S. Senators made clear their support for the important work EPA does in safeguarding clean air and water by voicing their opposition to President Trump’s nominee to head the agency, Scott Pruitt. Not only is Pruitt materially […]

Both of Virginia’s U.S. Senators made clear their support for the important work EPA does in safeguarding clean air and water by voicing their opposition to President Trump’s nominee to head the agency, Scott Pruitt. Not only is Pruitt materially […]

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Tell your Delegate to support responsible coal ash cleanup

After clearing House committee, the House of Delegates is set will take up Senate Bill 1398, which requires utilities in the Bay watershed to give state regulators full assessments of their coal ash sites. These would include information about ongoing water […]

After clearing House committee, the House of Delegates is set will take up Senate Bill 1398, which requires utilities in the Bay watershed to give state regulators full assessments of their coal ash sites. These would include information about ongoing water […]

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