Natural Resources: The League of Women Voters of the United States believes that natural resources should be managed as interrelated parts of life-supporting ecosystems. Resources should be conserved and protected to assure their future availability. Pollution of these resources should be controlled in order to preserve the physical, chemical and biological integrity of ecosystems and to protect public health. http://forum.lwv.org/member-resources/book/natural-resources
The Resource Management position is longer. It lays out criteria for decision making. http://forum.lwv.org/member-resources/book/resource-management
Environmental Protection and Pollution Control This position is very long and subdivided into Air Quality, Energy, Land Use, Water Resources, Waste Management, and Nuclear Issues. LWVUS has relied primarily on Air Quality for its climate actions but Land Use may be more relevant to sea level rise. http://forum.lwv.org/member-resources/book/environmental-protection-and-pollution-control
The League also created a Climate Change Task force that produced a Toolkit for Climate Action http://participate.lwv.org/c/9217/t/6398/p/salsa/web/common/public/content?content_item_KEY=3766
LWV-VA positions are only available as single documents, either full or abridged. http://lwv-va.org/action-advocacy/lwv-va-positioned-for-action/ Scroll down to Natural Resources. The section is divided into Air Quality, Hydraulic Fracturing, Land Use, and Water Supply.
How the LWV US has used its positions to address Climate Change. http://forum.lwv.org/category/member-resources/our-work/climate-change
Principles of Public Schools: Why do Public Schools have highest priority? Why do we want our children in Public Schools?
LWV-VA Standards and Approval Criteria for (non-Public) School Choice Options School Choice Options in Virginia: Charter, Vouchers, Tuition Tax Credits, Virtual
This LWV-VA School Choice Taskforce website has good information.