The California Environmental Voters Education Fund today released a new policy roadmap with a clear and comprehensive vision for California to address the climate crisis and begin to repair damage already done by decades of climate inaction.
The California Environmental Voters Education Fund announced today that former Congressman Harley Rouda will join the organization’s Board of Directors. Rouda represented California’s 48th House District from 2019 to 2021, which encompasses parts of Orange County.
The California Environmental Voters Education Fund (EnviroVoters Ed Fund) responded to the California Citizens Redistricting Commission’s final vote on the state’s 2022-2031 Congressional, State Legislative, and Board of Equalization maps as an “unprecedented and successful experiment in democracy.” See below for statements from the organization in response to this moment.
The California Environmental Voters Education Fund announced today that California State Assemblymember Ash Kalra (CA-27) will join the organization’s Board of Directors. “I am honored to join the EnviroVoters Ed Fund Board of Directors, particularly at a time when our state needs to deepen its commitment to fighting the climate crisis,” said Assemblymember Kalra.
The California Environmental Voters Education Fund today responded to draft maps from the California Citizens Redistricting Commission (CCRC). “To put it plainly, these draft maps are a mess,” said Sam Sukaton, Redistricting Coordinator, California Environmental Voters Education Fund, who presented to the Commission in October.
The organization formerly known as The California League of Conservation Voters today launched their new name, California Environmental Voters. The name California Environmental Voters (EnviroVoters) more accurately represents the evolution of the organization’s mission: to build the power to solve the climate crisis, advance justice, and create a global roadmap for action.