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Tell OPPD: We Want Clean Energy Now

Sign the Petition: Urge OPPD’s Board of Directors to commit to more clean energy and decrease reliance on fossil fuels >>

Quick Clean Energy Facts

Right now Nebraska gets more than 60% of its electricity from coal. That means we are missing out on the major benefits of clean energy. Check out our post to learn more about the benefits clean energy can bring to Nebraska.

REPORT: 19,004 Nebraska Jobs in Clean Energy

Clean energy jobs grew even as the state lost jobs overall, and employs 16,147 more Nebraskans than fossil fuels

What We Do

Education

NCV provides the public with objective, factual information about conservation politics in Nebraska.

Advocacy

NCV collaborates strategically with appointed and elected officials and partner organizations on rules, regulations and environmental legislation. We campaign for strong policies and ensure public officials hear from conservation constituents.

Elections

NCV supports conservation champions who will protect our environment for future generations.

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Every week we send a newsletter that covers the most important conservation issues facing our state and country. We also provide alerts about what’s happening in the State Legislature and Congress, and how you can take meaningful action to protect the environment at the local, state, and national level. Sign up to stay involved! 

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Thanks to the help of generous supporters, we made huge strides in 2018 for conservation and clean energy. But it’s more important than ever for us to stand together, and we have urgent work to do. Your donation today will make an immediate impact.  Help us protect Nebraska’s land, air, and water by making a donation now.

Take Action

Sign the petition to tell the Omaha Public Power District Board of Directors to commit to a robust clean energy goal and reduce reliance on fossil fuels. 

LB283 would create an action plan to help Nebraska prepare for climate change – we need your help to get it passed. Sign the petition telling Nebraska’s State Senators to support LB283.

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