Get the Score! We tally the votes for you so you can learn how your elected representatives voted on important environmental issues. As residents of Massachusetts, we expect our elected officials to support common-sense environmental policies. That is why we compile and publish the Massachusetts Environmental Scorecard. The scorecard is a tool that you can use to distinguish between those legislators who vote to protect our quality of life and those who offer empty promises. It provides non-partisan, objective information about how each legislator voted on a wide range of environmental issues during each regular session of the Massachusetts State Legislature.
2010 Environmental Scorecard
The Environmental Scorecard is your guide to how your state legislators voted on key environmental issues during the past legislative session. Following one of the best environmental sessions in recent history, this session was lackluster for the environment.
2009 National Environmental Scorecard
For 30 years, the National Environmental Scorecard issued by the League of Conservation Voters has been the nationally accepted yardstick used to rate members of Congress on environmental, public health, and energy issues. The 2009 National Environmental Scorecard reveals the scores for the Massachusetts delegation in the first session of the 111th Congress. View the press release on the Massachusetts Congressional delegation here.
2009 Governor's Environmental Mid-Term Progress Report
The Massachusetts League of Environmental Voters released its progress report on the first two years of the Patrick Administration on Earth Day. This progress report is guidance for how the Patrick Administration is doing in advance of our 2010 Scorecard on the governor.
- 2010 Environmental Scorecard
- 2008 Governor's Environmental Mid-Term Progress Report
- 2008 Legislative Environmental Scorecard
- 2006 Legislative Environmental Scorecard
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