Young climate activists stage a ‘die-in’ across from the White House on Earth Day in April this year. Young teens lay down on the ground holding signs that read GCM 4 Climate and Climate Action Now
  • November 18 2022
  • Press

The Guardian - Voters pass historic climate initiatives in ‘silent surprise’ of US midterms

The electoral support at the state and local levels for more climate action comes as world leaders meet at Cop27

Voter with red shoes casting their vote at their polling place
  • November 11 2022
  • Press

The New Republic - The Midterms’ Surprising Lesson for 2024: Court the Climate Voter

While crime got a lot of attention during the midterms, just as many voters rated climate change as their top concern. Could this be the next big voting bloc?

Sign that reads "Vote Here - Voting"
  • November 7 2022
  • Press

NBC LX - Many Environmentalists are Voting in Their First Midterm Election. Could That Swing Close Races?

Half a million people who rank climate change their top issue are voting for the first time in a midterm election. Could that make a difference in close races in states like Texas, Florida, and Pennsylvania?

2 voters at their polling site next to a sign that reads VOTE HERE
  • November 7 2022
  • Press

Daily Kos - Over half a million new voters have already cast their ballots because of climate concerns

Climate change is most certainly on the ballot and groups like the Environmental Voter Project have done wonders to get out the vote for the sake of our planet.

A wood duck is spotted by the Tucson Audubon Society as they go birding in Reid Park on Oct. 29, 2022, in Tucson.
  • November 2 2022
  • Press

Arizona Republic - What do you get when you cross birders with elections? The goal is more environmental votes

The Tucson Audubon Society canvasses for the Environmental Voter Project to encourage people to take the environment into consideration when voting.

Protestors at the US capitol with signs calling on legislators to protect the planet
  • October 31 2022
  • Press

KALW Public Radio - One Planet Series: How important is climate change for voters in the midterm elections?

EVP Founder and Executive Director Nathaniel Stinnett speaks with KALW about what it will take to get people, especially young people, to vote on climate issues.

I Voted sticker on pile of leaves
  • October 12 2022
  • Press

The Revelator - 30 Ways Environmentalists Can Participate in Democracy

Voting on election day is job one, but the planet needs your civic commitment every other day of the year, too.

Graphic of red and blue hands casting ballots. Text reads Political Climate: The Midterm Forecast. Climate One.
  • October 7 2022
  • Press

Climate One - Political Climate: The Midterm Forecast

EVP Founder and Executive Director Nathaniel Stinnett speaks with Climate One about where he believes the upcoming midterm races currently stand.

Get Out The Vote! November 4-8. Make calls to low propensity environmental voters. It's an efficient and effective way to make an impact.
  • October 6 2022
  • Blog posts

Sign up for November 2022 GOTV Shifts Today!

Join first-time and long-time Environmental Voter Project volunteers to call low propensity environmental voters in ahead of the Nov. 8 election!

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  • September 30 2022
  • Press

Thrillest - If You Care About Climate Change, Head to the Polls

Don't be deterred by a lack of political attention on climate change. Your vote can change that.

Get Out The Vote! November 4-8. Make calls to low propensity environmental voters. It's an efficient and effective way to make an impact.
  • October 6 2022
  • Blog posts

Sign up for November 2022 GOTV Shifts Today!

Join first-time and long-time Environmental Voter Project volunteers to call low propensity environmental voters in ahead of the Nov. 8 election!

Join EVP to mobilize low propensity environmental voters ahead of November 8th elections in Maine, Virginia, New Hampshire, New Mexico, and Arizona.
  • September 20 2022
  • Blog posts

Sign up for our Oct. 11 Day of Action

Join first-time and long-time Environmental Voter Project volunteers to call low propensity environmental voters in VA, ME, NH, NM, & AZ ahead of the Nov. 8 election!

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  • July 25 2022
  • Blog posts

“I’m not a numbers person, but I love numbers people”: An EVP Volunteer Profile

If there’s one thing the Environmental Voter Project (EVP) does flawlessly, it’s numbers. EVP uses data analytics to identify non-voting environmentalists across 17 states and then applies behavioral science-informed messaging to turn those environmentalists into better voters. To date, EVP has helped turn over 1,030,000 non-voting environmentalists into “super-voters” who now vote in every election.

A photo of Pike County, Georgia's District Attorney building.
  • December 16 2021
  • Blog posts

Why a National Environmental Group Got Involved in a Small Georgia DA's Race

At the end of 2020, the world turned its eyes to Georgia, where two US Senate races were going to runoff elections on January 5th. These races would ultimately decide control of the US Senate, and a stunning $937 million were spent before Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff each claimed victory.

Mollee Sullivan canvassing for the Environmental Voter Project
  • October 21 2021
  • Blog posts

“I'm going to strap this baby to my chest and go save the world”: An EVP Volunteer Profile

How do you build connections with voters in the middle of a pandemic? According to Mollee, you show up at their door.

Mollee Sullivan, a star volunteer for the Environmental Voter Project (EVP), has spent months canvassing around her neighborhood in Virginia getting to know potential voters. She is a veteran climate activist and volunteer, and is so committed to getting out the vote that she fits canvassing into whichever open scheduling spots she can, including to and from the farmers market or while she picks up her daughters.

GOTV in NC, AZ, NM, GA, & VA
  • September 28 2021
  • Blog posts

Sign up Today for GOTV Shifts Oct. 29 - Nov. 2

Join first-time and long-time Environmental Voter Project volunteers to call low propensity environmental voters to encrouage them to vote in Nov. 2nd elections in Virginia, Georgia, Arizona, North Carolina, and New Mexico.

  • April 13 2021
  • Blog posts

Environmental Voter Project Statement on the murder of Daunte Wright

The entire Environmental Voter Project family is deeply saddened and outraged by the horrific police killing of Daunte Wright in Minnesota.

2020 Impact Report cover
  • March 20 2021
  • Blog posts

Two Special Briefings on EVP's 2020 Results and Plans for 2021

We're thrilled to share our 2019 - 2020 Impact Report with you - and we're even more excited to invite you to two special briefings on the Environmental Voter Project's 2020 results & plans for 2021 (plus Q&A).

Volunteer Spotlight
  • March 11 2021
  • Blog posts

"It's important and it's necessary": The Story of an EVP Volunteer

Historic. Challenging. Chaotic. Surreal: Those are just some of the many words that can be used to describe 2020. In a year that required adaptability and patience for almost every aspect of life, one thing that stood out was that over 158,000,000 Americans voted in the 2020 presidential election.

Every Day is Election Day
  • January 2 2021
  • Blog posts

Become a Monthly Supporter

Voting is a habit, not a series of one-off transactions. And at the Environmental Voter Project, we leverage the latest behavioral science to work year-round in local, state, and federal elections to turn non-voting environmentalists into consistent super-voters. To us, every election is an important behavioral intervention opportunity.

Young climate activists stage a ‘die-in’ across from the White House on Earth Day in April this year. Young teens lay down on the ground holding signs that read GCM 4 Climate and Climate Action Now
  • November 18 2022
  • Press

The Guardian - Voters pass historic climate initiatives in ‘silent surprise’ of US midterms

The electoral support at the state and local levels for more climate action comes as world leaders meet at Cop27

Voter with red shoes casting their vote at their polling place
  • November 11 2022
  • Press

The New Republic - The Midterms’ Surprising Lesson for 2024: Court the Climate Voter

While crime got a lot of attention during the midterms, just as many voters rated climate change as their top concern. Could this be the next big voting bloc?

Sign that reads "Vote Here - Voting"
  • November 7 2022
  • Press

NBC LX - Many Environmentalists are Voting in Their First Midterm Election. Could That Swing Close Races?

Half a million people who rank climate change their top issue are voting for the first time in a midterm election. Could that make a difference in close races in states like Texas, Florida, and Pennsylvania?

2 voters at their polling site next to a sign that reads VOTE HERE
  • November 7 2022
  • Press

Daily Kos - Over half a million new voters have already cast their ballots because of climate concerns

Climate change is most certainly on the ballot and groups like the Environmental Voter Project have done wonders to get out the vote for the sake of our planet.

A wood duck is spotted by the Tucson Audubon Society as they go birding in Reid Park on Oct. 29, 2022, in Tucson.
  • November 2 2022
  • Press

Arizona Republic - What do you get when you cross birders with elections? The goal is more environmental votes

The Tucson Audubon Society canvasses for the Environmental Voter Project to encourage people to take the environment into consideration when voting.

Protestors at the US capitol with signs calling on legislators to protect the planet
  • October 31 2022
  • Press

KALW Public Radio - One Planet Series: How important is climate change for voters in the midterm elections?

EVP Founder and Executive Director Nathaniel Stinnett speaks with KALW about what it will take to get people, especially young people, to vote on climate issues.

I Voted sticker on pile of leaves
  • October 12 2022
  • Press

The Revelator - 30 Ways Environmentalists Can Participate in Democracy

Voting on election day is job one, but the planet needs your civic commitment every other day of the year, too.

Graphic of red and blue hands casting ballots. Text reads Political Climate: The Midterm Forecast. Climate One.
  • October 7 2022
  • Press

Climate One - Political Climate: The Midterm Forecast

EVP Founder and Executive Director Nathaniel Stinnett speaks with Climate One about where he believes the upcoming midterm races currently stand.

Protesters with a sign that reads "Save Our Mother" with planet Earth in the background
  • September 30 2022
  • Press

Thrillest - If You Care About Climate Change, Head to the Polls

Don't be deterred by a lack of political attention on climate change. Your vote can change that.

A voter casts their ballot at a polling place
  • September 9 2022
  • Press

NPR - Living On Earth: Green Voters and the 2022 Midterms

EVP Executive Director Nathaniel Stinnett has a conversation with Living on Earth Host Steve Curwood about how the recent passage of the Inflation Reduction Act might affect environmental voter turnout.

Photo of the Grand Canyon with text that reads Battleground State Poll: Political priorities and opinions on climate change
  • July 28 2022
  • Reports & Studies

Battleground State Poll: new data on voters in AZ, GA, NV, and PA

Read key findings from a survey of 3,296 registered voters in Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, and Pennsylvania

2021 Impact Report Cover
  • March 28 2022
  • Reports & Studies

EVP's 2021 Impact Report is here!

We're thrilled to share our 2021 Impact Report with you!

2020 Impact Report cover
  • March 19 2021
  • Reports & Studies

EVP's 2020 Impact Report is here!

We're thrilled to share our 2019 - 2020 Impact Report with you!

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