Following her performance on the Urban Justice Center's Human Rights Report Card and the New York League of Humane Voter's Humane Scorecard, Council Member James has once again come out ahead. The New York League of Conservation Voters (NYLCV) recently released their Environmental Scorecard. According to their website, the NYCLV "the Scorecard examines Council Members' voting and sponsorship records on a variety of sustainability legislation, from transportation to energy efficiency and climate change...NYLCV based our findings on 13 bills that were introduced in the City Council." Council Member James scored highly at 96% (the only Brooklyn member to score hire was Council Member David Yassky).
Those bills considered for the Scorecard may be found here: http://www.nylcv.org/node/5147
The Scorecard may be found here: http://www.nylcv.org/sites/nylcv.civicactions.net/files/LoResScorecard.pdf