Nevada Conservation League to Release Legislative Scorecard During Annual Home Means Nevada Event

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Scores Examine Key Conservation Votes by State Leaders Amid 2021 Legislative Session

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA — Today, the Nevada Conservation League announced it will release its biennial legislative scorecard during the organization’s Home Means Nevada Awards dinner on Tuesday, November 9. The Conservation Scorecard grades Governor Sisolak and state lawmakers on key environmental bills regarding climate change, energy, public lands, environmental justice, wildlife, and democracy during the 81st legislative session. 

Since 2003, the Nevada Conservation League has worked to help Nevadans understand how their legislators protect our climate, air, water, land, and communities. The Conservation Scorecard tells the story of how our elected representatives leveraged their power to help lay the groundwork for a healthier climate and more sustainable future. 

Attendees of the Home Means Nevada will have first access to the scorecard on Tuesday, November 9. The scorecard will be available online to the general public on Wednesday, November 10. 

For reference, the latest Conservation Scorecard can be found here

Home Means Nevada is Nevada Conservation League’s annual fundraising gala to celebrate legislative progress for our environment and recognizes exceptional community leaders who worked to better protect our climate, air, water, land, and health. This year, the organization will award the following community groups and leaders who share a vision for a better climate future:

  • The Harry Reid Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes an exemplary individual in Nevada’s conservation community who promotes all forms of environmental advocacy and will be posthumously awarded to former tribal chairman and water rights champion Norm Harry.
  • The Green Guardian Award recognizes those dedicated to increasing access to a healthier and cleaner environment for Nevadans and will be awarded to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ Solar Decathlon Team. 
  • The Green Business of the Year Award will be given to MACOMA Environmental Technologies, a Las Vegas-based specialty photocatalytic film manufacturer partner/distributor of high-quality environmentally safe, titanium dioxide photocatalytic nanotechnology systems for ceilings, walls, roof, and building facades.

The award winners will join Senator Cortez Masto and other conservation leaders taking the stage at the Home Means Nevada 2021 Awards Dinner. 

More details and announcements about the event can be found here