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Climate, Union, And Philanthropic Leaders Join Envirovoters And Envirovoters Ed Fund Boards

Today, California Environmental Voters and the California Environmental Voters Education Fund announced a slate of new appointments to their respective Boards. The new appointments to the EnviroVoters Ed Fund Board include: California State Senator Connie M. Leyva; Norman Rogers, Second Vice President of United Steelworkers, Local 675; and Raúl Macías, Democracy Program Director at the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund. Brigid McCormack, Founder and CEO of Spindrift Advisors, will join the EnviroVoters Board.

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Groundbreaking Bill to Hold Corporations Accountable for Carbon Emissions Advances in the Assembly

Today, the Assembly Appropriations Committee voted to advance Senate Bill 260, the Climate Corporate Accountability Act. SB 260 would be the nation’s first mandatory corporate greenhouse gas emissions disclosure requirement for the largest and most profitable U.S. corporations who have an outsized impact on climate change.

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EnviroVoters Statement: “Inflation Reduction Act Is a Historic Down Payment Towards Tackling the Climate Crisis”

“The Inflation Reduction Act is a historic down payment towards tackling the climate crisis and addressing the greatest challenge of our time. We are excited and hopeful that federal action on climate change is finally moving forward. It is fitting that our Vice President from California was the deciding vote on the first climate bill the federal government has ever passed.”

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EnviroVoters Statement: Senator Manchin Has Chosen the Oil & Gas Industry Over the American People

“One man from a small state shouldn’t have the power to hold the entire country back from addressing a global crisis. In the midst of droughts, intensifying wildfires, extreme heat and catastrophic weather events, Senator Manchin is choosing to side with the oil and gas industry. He’s shamelessly going to keep getting rich from coal and raking in campaign dollars from polluters while people suffer.”