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NYLCVEF is Hiring!

The Director of Programs is responsible for prospecting, soliciting, and cultivating corporate and foundation support as well as program management, oversight and reporting. The primary responsibilities include: Working with the President, NYLCVEF staff, the Board of Directors, and NYLCVEF partners to develop public policy forums, civic engagement campaigns, and nonpartisan electoral programs Developing an annual Read More »

Green Tip: Choosing the “Greenest” Milk Alternative

Choosing the most environmentally-friendly foods can be challenging, especially when it comes to dairy and dairy-alternatives. Almond milk, in particular, has been hailed by environmentalists as a great substitute for traditional dairy milk- but is it really the “greenest”? Water-Intensity Almond milk is extremely water-intensive, using an estimated 23 gallons of water for the production Read More »

Summer Forum Series: Getting NYC to 80×50

In September 2014, Mayor de Blasio announced an unprecedented commitment to reducing our impact on global changing climate: by 2050, New York City will reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 80 percent below 2005 levels. While this goal is ambitious, it is wholly necessary. In the absence of federal leadership on climate, New York City Read More »

Get Involved with NYLCV Education Fund

Ways to volunteer, donate, and more! Join Our Team NYLCVEF is hiring a Program Director. For more information about the position and how to apply, click here. Volunteer or Intern with NYLCVEF NYLCVEF is always on the lookout for top-notch interns and volunteers. We collaborate with high schools, colleges and graduate schools to help generate Read More »

Green Tip: Lowering your paper footprint

The average American uses seven trees per year in paper, wood, and other products made for trees. This amounts to 2 BILLION trees each year. Here are some ways to reduce your reliance on paper goods around your home: There are several ways to reduce the amount of tree’s your household will consume each year. Read More »