Using every election as an opportunity to change voting behavior, we track our voters’ long-term voting habits to maximize the cumulative impact of our work.

With behavioral science-informed messaging, we call, canvass, mail, and send digital ads to millions of low-propensity environmental voters each year with just one goal: turning them into better voters. Since 2015, we have contacted 9.5 million non-voting and seldom-voting environmentalists and helped convert almost 1.5 million of them into “super voters” who now consistently vote their values in every federal, state, and local election.

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  • January 31 2024
  • Press

The 19th: These are the climate grannies. They’ll do whatever it takes to protect their grandchildren.

They have the generational wisdom, environmental activism experience, free time — and they're not afraid of getting arrested.

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  • January 25 2024
  • Blog posts

Study: Climate Voters Won the Election for Biden in 2020

In this edition, we spotlight a study on the impact of climate voters in 2020, the US Senate race in Utah, and how an Alabama utility is almost completely controlling local media coverage.
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  • December 11 2023
  • Press

Texas Standard: Older voters are second only to young people in share of ‘climate voters,’ new study shows

Inside Climate News reporter Marianne Lavelle spoke with the Texas Standard about a recent report from the Environmental Voter Project that says “gray is the new green,” as voters who prioritize climate are numerous enough to swing elections in key states.

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