Center for Biological Diversity Action Fund Endorses Lindsey Horvath for LA County Supervisor
LOS ANGELES, CA – Environmental groups continue to line up behind Lindsey Horvath in her bid for Los Angeles County Supervisor. This week, the Center for Biological Diversity Action Fund joined other conservation groups, including the Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters, in endorsing Lindsey Horvath for 3rd District Los Angeles County Supervisor.
“The Center for Biological Diversity Action Fund is proud to endorse Lindsey Horvath for Los Angeles County Supervisor. Throughout her career, Councilmember Horvath has been a strong supporter of environmental programs and policies, and we value her commitment to zero emission vehicles, clean energy, and her refusal to accept fossil fuel money. As we grapple with the devastating realities of climate change, we are confident that she has the vision and the skills to help build a greener and more sustainable Los Angeles,” said Karuna Jaggar, California Political Director of the Center for Biological Diversity Action Fund.
The Center for Biological Diversity Action Fund is an affiliated organization with the Center for Biological Diversity, a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity. As a 501(c)(4) social welfare non-profit organization, the Action Fund engages in advocacy and political activities that support the mission of the Center for Biological Diversity. The Center believes that protecting the environment is a bedrock American value, and they work to strengthen environmental laws and support lawmakers from all political parties who believe in a healthier environment.
“I am honored to have earned the endorsement of the Center for Biological Diversity Action Fund. We need to address climate change both aggressively and strategically, while ensuring our communities have the support and equitable access to resources they need to adapt. We need to consider all of our policies through the lens of sustainability, and work to transform Los Angeles into a leading clean energy County. In my community, I supported the adoption of net-zero policy goals to set us on the path to becoming a zero-carbon city, and as Supervisor I will partner with cities and neighborhoods to do the same across Los Angeles County,” said Councilmember Lindsey P. Horvath.