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Steve Sisolak Stands Up for Red Rock

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NCL issues statement on Sisolak’s strong stance protecting Southern Nevada’s natural treasure This week developer Jim Rhodes applied to have a requirement that he obtain a BLM right-of-way for the access road for his proposed development in Red Rock Canyon at Blue Diamond Hill waived. This requirement established by the Clark County Commission in 2011 […]

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NCL PAC calls out Tisha Black for inaccurate statements on development in Red Rock Canyon and her position on proposed project

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Tisha Black, candidate for Clark County Commission District F, stated her support for controversial development in Red Rock Canyon during Mountains Edge Community Forum. During a forum for the Mountain’s Edge Community on 9/19/2018 Clark County Commission Candidate Tisha Black was made several incorrect statements on potential development in Red Rock Canyon and stated that […]

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Nevada Conservation League PAC Announces $2.1 Million Field Program to Defeat Adam Laxalt

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Laxalt named to “Dirty Dozen in the States,” ranking among worst state-level candidates for the environment nationwide Las Vegas, Nevada — At a press conference alongside public health and clean energy advocates, the Nevada Conservation League (NCL) PAC today announced a $2.1 million field effort to defeat governor nominee Adam Laxalt. Laxalt, who has consistently […]

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Clean energy issues make 3 of 4 Legislative Caucus agendas

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Now that the 2017 Legislative Session is underway the 4 caucuses of the legislature have all released their plans for Nevada. The good news is that 3 of the 4 agendas contain clean energy priorities. The Senate and Assembly Democrats have made the issue central to their economic development agenda in their Blueprint calling for […]

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New State Assemblyman Justin Watkins talks climate, energy, and new legislative session

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New State Assemblyman Justin Watkins talks climate, energy, and new legislative session From a recent Reno Gazette-Journal article, New State Assemblyman Justin Watkins talked about the upcoming legislative session and the need to reduce Nevada’s carbon footprint. Here is an excerpt from the story. “Assemblyman Justin Watkins, D-Las Vegas, highlighted bill requests that would restore incentives for […]

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Nevada Conservation League Announces New Executive Director

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Press Release | February 29, 2016 Las Vegas, NV – The Nevada Conservation League (NCL) is proud to announce the selection of Andy Maggi as the organization’s new Executive Director. Andy starts his new position effective Monday, March 21, 2016. With over a decade of experience in political and conservation organization management, Andy brings a keen sense of […]

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Sage grouse decision good for Nevada, but hard work remains

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By Chris Mero |December 6, 2015 The decision this fall by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that greater sage grouse are “not warranted” for listing under the Endangered Species Act is a win for the bird and for Nevadans, including sportsmen, recreationists, ranchers, other private landowners and industry interests. Our challenge now is to build […]

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