2015 California Environmental Scorecard


41st Annual Guide to Environmental Legislation and Votes for the 2014 Legislative Year

For more than four decades, CLCV has rated each member of the California Legislature on key environmental votes of the session in the California Environmental Scorecard.

You can also use our interactive Scorecard tool below, which allows you to search by lawmaker, bill, and issue area.

Year in Review

What a difference a year makes. Compared to the last several years, 2014 was a significant year for environmental progress in California. Cleaner air, healthier communities, reduced carbon pollution, less plastic waste, and the state’s first groundwater regulations are some of the highlights of a nail-biter of a legislative session. These critical victories mark steps towards a more equitable distribution of environmental benefits across California communities, and a commitment by a majority of our elected leaders to prioritize environmental and public health issues impacting our families and our future.  The success of bills that represent years and even decades of work to address sustainability, equity, and long term stewardship of our resources are the signature accomplishments of this year—one of the best for the state’s environment and for the health of all Californians in recent memory.


Snapshot of the Numbers

Scorecard 2013 2014
Average of all Assemblymembers 64% 68%
Average Assembly Democrat Score 87% 87%
Average Assembly Republican Score 15% 24%
Perfect 100s
(Ammiano, Atkins, Bloom, Bonta, Chau, Dickinson, Fong, Gatto, Gomez, Gordon, Levine, Lowenthal, Mullin, Muratsuchi, Nazarian, J. Pérez, V. M. Pérez, Rendon, Skinner, Stone, Ting, Wieckowski, Williams, Yamada)
18 24
Average of all Senators 66% 69%
Average Senate Democrat Score 90% 90%
Average Senate Republican Score 10% 24%
Perfect 100s      
(Beall, Corbett, DeSaulnier, Leno, Lieu, Liu, Mitchell, Monning, Padilla, Pavley, Steinberg, Wolk)
13 12
Governor Jerry Brown 89% 92%

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2018 California Environmental Scorecard

New for the 2018 legislative session: The 45th annual California Environmental Scorecard rates elected officials on 2018, another successful year for the environment in spite of heavy opposition from polluting industry.

Find out how your legislators did in 2018 in CLCV's California Environmental Scorecard.