Our Philosophy

NLCV provides the public with objective, factual information about conservation politics in Nebraska.

NLCV collaborates strategically with appointed and elected officials and partner organizations on rules, regulations and environmental legislation...

NLCV supports conservation champions who will protect our environment for future generations.

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Join us for a discussion about habitat loss and biodiversity led by LaReesa Wolfenbarger, Biology Professor at UNO, and Chris Helzer, Science Director for Nebraska at The Nature Conservancy. 

"As Mayor, I would take the same commitment I had in the Legislature to City Hall in developing Omaha’s first climate action plan and upgrading our neighborhoods through my Property Assessed Clean Energy financing law we passed last year."

We have the opportunity to pass climate change legislation in the Nebraska Unicameral, but we need your help. Click here to sign your name. 

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The Challenge of Adaptation

The Lincoln Journal Star Editorial Board wrote a compelling editorial this week encouraging action on climate change, including stating that probably the most effective way of mitigating climate change is "through a carbon tax", like the revenue-neutral tax proposed by Citizen's Climate Lobby.

China's Coal Boom is Slowing

Due in part to air quality concerns and in part to economic slowdown, China's coal consumption (the biggest driver of increased greenhouse gas emissions worldwide) has stayed below 3% for the last 3 years.

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We have the opportunity to pass climate change legislation in the Nebraska Unicameral, but we need your help. Click here to sign your name. 

See what conservation issues are being taken up by the Nebraska Legislature this year - and what you can do to help protect Nebraska's land, air, and water! 

Help NLCV continue to elect conservation champions to all levels of public office, engage Nebraskans across the state in important conservations issues, and ensure that our state's elected officials are held accountable to protecting our health, land, air, and water. 

See how your State Senator voted on the most important conservation-related bills of 2016