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  • News The Allegheny Front

    Creating Environmental Super Voters for 2020 and Beyond

    Friday, October 30, 2020

    As Election Day nears, a majority of registered voters in the United States say climate change will be an important issue in making their choice for president. That’s according to a Pew Research Center survey conducted over the summer. It’s a sharp contrast to the 2016 race, when only 2% of likely voters listed climate or the environment as their top priority.

    But a surprising number of people who say they care about climate change and the environment don’t actually cast ballots. That’s where the Environmental Voter Project comes in.

  • News Greentech Media

    Could Environmental Voters Tip The Scales In 2020?

    Thursday, October 22, 2020

    In this episode of Political Climate, we examine whether environmental issues are mobilizing voters the way that analysts anticipated. Who are those voters, and do they wield significant influence? We discuss with Nathaniel Stinnett, founder of the Environmental Voter Project, a nonpartisan organization focused on identifying inactive environmentalists across the United States and turning them into reliable voters in every election.

  • News Climergency Podcast

    Get Out The Environmental Vote

    Tuesday, October 20, 2020

    Nathaniel Stinnett is a political advisor & Executive Director of the Environmental Voter Project. We discuss how the organization started, the stats on environmentalists who don't vote, how modern political campaigns work, how you can sign up to volunteer, why this election is so important for climate change, why it's crucial to be a voter regardless who you vote for & more.

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  • News Grist

    Why Voting Rights are Climate Rights: Two experts talk GOTV

    Monday, October 12, 2020

    The jury is in: Most Americans agree that climate change is a problem and would like to see the government do more to reduce carbon and protect our air and water. So, you might ask, why isn’t the government doing more to reduce carbon and protect our air and water? Part of the problem is that green-leaning citizens often don’t make it to the polls. In some elections, they turn out at just half the rate of registered voters overall. And politicians tend to cater to the will of voters, not non-voters.

  • News Cooler Earth Podcast

    "Systemic Racism Subsidizes The Fossil Fuel Economy"

    Thursday, October 8, 2020

    As the climate crisis continues to climb as a top concern for likely voters in the U.S., the Cooler Earth Podcast sat down with Sara Singh of the Sunrise Movement, and Nathaniel Stinnett of the Environmental Voter Project to understand the growing impact of climate and environmental justice in electoral politics.

  • News WBUR

    The Climate Voters Are Coming

    Friday, September 25, 2020

    The era of the climate voter has arrived. This may be news to people who haven’t tuned into politics since 2016, but these are the facts: climate change is now a top-3 voter priority, climate voters are turning out in unprecedented numbers, and battle-ground state voters of all stripes are deeply concerned about the climate crisis. 

  • News Podship Earth

    Enviros Don't Vote (Enough)

    Sunday, September 6, 2020

    The Environmental Voter Project's Executive Director, Nathaniel Stinnett, joins Jared Blumenfeld's award-winning Podship Earth to discuss the environmental movement's enormous latent political power, and why we need to start voting like our lives depend on it.

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  • News Be The Change Podcast

    Saving The Earth One Vote at a Time

    Wednesday, September 2, 2020

    Environmentalists are known for their passion. Millions have marched, thousands skipped school in protest and organizations like Sunrise Movement are pushing policy on the US Presidential candidates - but are they actually voting?

    In the 2016 election nearly 10.1million self-described environmentalists did not vote. 10.1 million!

    This shocking statistic is what moved my next guest to get organized and get people voting. Nathaniel Stinnett is the Founder and Executive Director of EVP – the Environmental Voter Project – with one simple goal – get environmentalists to vote.

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  • News Quartz

    Kamala Harris signals the rise of the “climate voter”

    Saturday, August 15, 2020

    Politicians in the United States have never been able to rely on climate concerns to turn out voters, or change their behavior at the ballot box.

    But something started to change in recent elections.

  • News Our Daily Planet

    Interview of the Week, Nathaniel Stinnett CEO, Environmental Voter Project

    Friday, August 14, 2020

    New polling by Data For Progress shows that progressive climate policies are popular in key battleground states and voters seem to be motivated to vote due to climate and environmental issues. But that has not been true in the past. Why is this election different? Or is it?