November 16, 2021

Contact: Dannielle Lipinski,

Thursday, November 18 at 12pm:
Maryland LCV Presents 2021 Legislative Environmental Scorecard and
7-year Report Card for Governor Hogan

Inadequate Response to Climate Crisis Drags Down Scores for Governor Hogan and Maryland General Assembly

Annapolis, MD — On November 18 at 12pm join Maryland LCV as they present their signature annual legislative environmental scorecard and their Governor’s Report Card for the entire seven-year tenure of Larry Hogan. 

The publications outline and stress a new reality: the existential threat of the climate crisis demands urgent and meaningful action from our elected officials at all levels. The impacts of climate change are increasingly apparent in Maryland, where flooding and increasingly intense storms and heatwaves jeopardize communities from the Eastern Shore to Western Maryland. 

Find out what our 2021 environmental scorecard and Governor’s report card say about Maryland’s leadership to meet the challenges of today’s climate crisis. 

WHEN: Tele-conference on November 18th at 12pm 

WHERE: contact Dannielle Lipinski if you are press for information.

WHO: Kim Coble, Executive Director
Lynn Heller, Maryland LCV Board Chair

**key staff will be available during the call to answer press questions


Maryland League of Conservation Voters is a state-wide, nonpartisan organization that uses political action and education to protect our  land, air, water and communities. The organization is known for educating lawmakers and holding them accountable for their leadership and votes on key environmental issues. Maryland LCV’s annual scorecard, along with their other reports, help inform voters about their legislators’ records.