The Anti-Environment Record of the 112th House of Representatives
Database of Anti-Environment Votes in the 112th Congress (2011-2012)
Compiled by the Committee on Energy and Commerce, Democratic Staff
In the 112th Congress, the House of Representatives voted 317 times to block action to address climate change, to halt efforts to reduce air and water pollution, to undermine protections for public lands and coastal areas, and to weaken the protection of the environment in other ways. The Democratic staff for the Committee on Energy and Commerce compiled a searchable database of these votes, found below.
Total Anti-Environment Votes Under GOP House Majority in the 112th Congress:
Votes targeted at the Environmental Protection Agency: 145
- Votes to block actions that prevent pollution: 137
- Votes targeted at the Department of Energy: 55
- Votes to defund or repeal clean energy initiatives: 57
- Votes to promote offshore drilling: 47
Votes to dismantle the Clean Air Act: 95
- Votes targeted at the Department of the Interior: 81
- Votes to undermine protections for public lands and wilderness: 67
- Votes to block actions that address climate change: 53
- Votes to dismantle the Clean Water Act: 38
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