GREEN, Volume 29 Issue 3

West Virginia Environmental Council
West Virginia Environmental Council
GREEN Legislative Update
 
Jan 25, 2019 View / Comment Online

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Solar Legislative Update
Ben Kessler
As some of you are aware, the West Virginia Environmental Council has been collaborating with West Virginians for Energy Freedom to enact legislation that would allow renewable energy to be widely available.
Tagged: Renewable energy
Senate EIM Chairman Randy Smith, R-Tucker, says including 60 DEP updates to Water Quality Standards was the “right thing to do.”
Kayla Young
The Water Quality Standards Rule (SB167) moves onward to Senate Judiciary! After being pulled from the agenda to allow for a DEP Public Hearing on Water & Human Health, the senate EIM committee reconvened twice on Tuesday to debate and question the rule and its implications.
Tagged: LegislationPollutionWater
Special thanks to our cookie lobbyist!
Karan Ireland
Since 2014, Lori Magana has been working hard for clean, safe water in unique and creative ways. She is known by her fans as “The Cookie Lobbyist” because of the delicious, waterdrop-shaped sugar cookies that she hands out to legislators, urging them to “Protect Our Water!”
Tagged: LegislationWater
E-Day at the Capitol
WVEC
Thursday, February 7, 2019. Please plan to set up between 8:30AM and 9:30 AM. Tables, chairs, and easels provided in the upper rotunda outside the House and Senate chambers (lower rotunda is closed for repairs). We will also have PA systems and podiums, one for the House wing and one for the Senate.
Tagged: EdayWVEC event

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