Sen. Dave Miramant, D-Camden, and Rep. Pinny Beebe-Center, D-Rockland, received a perfect score for their votes to protect Maine’s environment, support clean energy and defend state conservation programs, according to a legislative scorecard compiled by Maine Conservation Voters.

The statewide environmental advocacy group took into account nine key bills from the 127th Legislature. The bills included measures to protect Maine’s natural resources from metallic mining pollution; establish a comprehensive solar policy to create jobs, reduce energy costs and mitigate climate change; require the governor to release millions of dollars in voter-approved Land for Maine’s Future Program bonds; restore energy efficiency funding to the Efficiency Maine Trust; prevent unsustainable timber harvesting on public lands; and prioritize stewardship and recreational uses of public lands.

Miramant represents Senate District 12, including all of Knox County except Washington, and Beebe-Center represents House District 93, including Owls Head and Rockland.