[Post-sustainability-committee] Election Update: Clean Energy Politics

Scott Carlin Scott.Carlin at liu.edu
Wed Oct 23 13:31:20 EDT 2019

Election Update


Get Out to Vote on November 5
Elections are coming up on November 5th. Get out to vote and make sure you learn about candidates' positions on climate change, clean energy, and environmental sustainability! Find your <https://www.elections.virginia.gov/citizen-portal/index.html> polling place here<https://voterlookup.elections.ny.gov/> and <https://ballotpedia.org/Virginia_elections,_2019> learn about candidates here<https://ballotpedia.org/Sample_Ballot_Lookup#address=11548&election=2020-06-23>. For additional information, try: http://www.lwvofnassaucounty.org/elections.html

Contact elected officials about the Williams Pipeline/Northeast Supply Enhancement (NESE) Project here: https://www.dec.ny.gov/permits/115980.html

NYS Offshore Wind

Engage Clean Energy on Long Island
Clean energy benefits our economy, our environment, and our health. That's why over 100 municipalities around the country – including East Hampton and Southampton - have already committed to 100% clean energy, and that number is only growing!
Long Island Sierra Club - https://www.lisierraclub.org<https://www.lisierraclub.org/>
New York League of Conservation Voters - https://nylcv.org/region/long-island/
Renewable Energy Long Island - http://www.renewableenergylongisland.org/
Long Island Progressive Coalition - http://lipc.org/issues-change-long-island-organization/climate-energy-efficiency-community-solar/
NY Renews - https://www.nyrenews.org/
Mothers Out Front - http://ny.mothersoutfront.org/
Citizens Campaign for the Environment - https://www.citizenscampaign.org/climate-change-energy-policy

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