NYLCVEF holds policy forums, candidate forums, and fundraising events across the state and throughout the year.
Our nonpartisan candidate forums, which take place in the weeks leading up to an election, bring candidates to their community so voters can learn more about their environmental policies. Our policy forums bring experts, advocates, and decision-makers together to develop solutions to local environmental problems. Click on the events below to learn more about how you can join us.
With the passage of the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA), New York’s landmark climate law, Westchester County has the opportunity to be a leader in establishing a clean energy future. This summit will convene experts across sectors to reveal the opportunities of the CLCPA for Westchester. NYLCVEF is pleased to co-host this event…
Join us on February 12th, 2020 for our Queens Borough President Candidate Forum, where we’ll ask candidates where they stand on a range of environmental and sustainability issues.
Join us to learn from experts in the field about nature-based solutions to protecting Long Island’s coasts, and find out what coastal municipalities are doing to build resiliency in their communities.
Join us for a Meet & Greet Featuring New York State Senator Jen Metzger.
Join our forum on organic waste and biogas, co-hosted with our partners at Energy Vision.
Each year, our Spring Gala brings together an exciting group of business leaders, elected officials and environmental partners to celebrate and support the work we accomplish together all year.
Join us at our environmental forum with Public Advocate candidates moderated by Politico New York’s Gloria Pazmino
We’re co-hosting this candidate forum in NY’s 1st Congressional District in collaboration with our partners at Citizen’s Campaign for the Environment, Defend H20 and Save the Sound.
Join us at our town hall as we head back to school and learn about the need for better busing from our diverse panel of speakers. We’re bringing together experts and local activists to discuss the impact of diesel school buses and explore pathways to going electric.