The New York League of Conservation Voters on Friday released its annual scorecard assessing the votes taken by lawmakers on environmental issues, finding 47 lawmakers in the 213-seat Legislature have perfect scores.

The organization used more than 30 bills to grade lawmakers on the 2018 session, including issues like clean energy, public health and transportation.

Of the bills used in the scoring, five were approved in the Republican-led Senate and seven passed the Democratic-controlled Assembly.

“New York’s environment and public health are under assault from a hostile federal government and we need our legislators to fight for robust protections,” said Marcia Bystry, the group’s president. “This scorecard is a reflection of who prioritized our environment and who put personal quarrels first. Unfortunately, legislative leaders often put partisan brinkmanship ahead of protecting their constituents this session and killed multiple bills that would have easily passed had they been given a floor vote.”

Overall, the Senate Democratic conference earned a 92 percent grade, with the Assembly Democratic conference backed bills supported by the league by 83 percent.

Among the GOP conferences, the Senate Republicans received a 60 percent grade; Assembly Republicans received a grade of 59 percent.

In the Senate, lawmakers with a 100 percent grade were: Marisol Alcantara, Jamaal T. Bailey, Neil D. Breslin, John E. Brooks, Martin Malavé Dilan, Jesse Hamilton, Brad Hoylman, Todd Kaminsky, Liz Krueger, Shelley Mayer, Velmanette Montgomery, Jose Peralta, Roxanne J. Persaud, Luis R. Sepúlveda, Jose M. Serrano, Toby Ann Stavisky

And in the Assembly: Thomas J. Abinanti, Charles Barron, Michael Blake, David Buchwald, Robert C. Carroll, William Colton, Steven Cymbrowitz, Anthony D’Urso, Harvey Epstein, Patricia Fahy, Sandy Galef, Richard N. Gottfried, Ellen Jaffee, Charles D. Lavine, Donna A. Lupardo, William B. Magnarelli, John T. McDonald III, Yuh-Line Niou, Steven Otis, Amy Paulin, Christine Pellegrino, Dan Quart, Linda B. Rosenthal, Nily Rozic, Angelo Santabarbara, Rebecca A. Seawright, Jo Anne Simon, Michaelle C. Solages, Phil Steck, Fred W. Thiele, Jr., Carrie Woerner

“Our economy, health, and quality of life all rely one clean natural resources, beautiful beaches, and environmental conservation,” Brooks said.

“I am proud to have my efforts to protect our environment be recognized and noted by the New York League of Conservation Voters. I will keep fighting to ensure our children and grandchildren are able to enjoy the natural beauty and clean water that make Long Island a great place to live, work, and raise a family.”