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  • September 20 2022
  • Blog posts

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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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  • 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.

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  • August 29 2022
  • Press

Radio Kingston: Green Radio Hour with Jon Bowermaster

EVP Executive Director Nathaniel Stinnett has a conversation with the Green Radio Hour on why environmentalists don't vote and how the EVP is getting them to the polls.

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  • August 10 2022
  • Press

The Climate Pod: How To Build Climate Political Power After The Inflation Reduction Act (w/ Nathaniel Stinnett and Lori Lodes)

The Senate passed the Inflation Reduction Act. The 2022 midterm elections are less than 90 days away. With historic investments in climate action almost signed into law and historic stakes for the upcoming elections, what should the climate movement do now?

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  • July 28 2022
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HuffPost: ‘Dormant’ Climate Voters Could Swing Elections In Key States, New Poll Suggests

Driving the voters who rarely cast ballots to turn out may be the trick to bringing climate hawks off the sidelines.

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  • 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

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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.

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  • July 19 2022
  • Press

The Hill: Climate movement must stop hoping for political heroes

EVP Executive Director Nathaniel Stinnett wrote an Op-Ed for The Hill in response to the recent announcement that Senator Joe Manchin will not support climate change legislation.

Climate activists, including members of Extinction Rebellion, participate in a demonstration in front of the Thurgood Marshall US Courthouse against a recent Supreme Court ruling on June 30, 2022 in New York City.
  • July 5 2022
  • Press

WGBH: 'It’s our job to show up': How environmentalists can build political power after the EPA ruling

EVP Executive Director Nathaniel Stinnett spoke with Boston Public Radio about the recent West Virginia v EPA Supreme Court decision and the role that EVP is playing in getting non-voting environmentalists to change their ways.

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  • May 25 2022
  • Press

The New Republic: These Data Nerds Think They’ve Found the Climate Silver Bullet: Nonvoting Environmentalists

The Environmental Voter Project wants to turn infrequent voters who care about the environment into a force that can swing elections.

Vote in Georgia
  • November 7 2020
  • Blog posts

Let's flood Georgia with environmental voters on Jan. 5th

The cutting-edge Environmental Voter Project (EVP) has identified 382,844 environmentalists in Georgia who are very unlikely to vote in the Jan. 5th U.S. Senate runoff elections.

The Promise of the 19th Amendment
  • August 25 2020
  • Blog posts

The Promise of the 19th Amendment

100 years ago today, the 19th Amendment took effect after being ratified by the state of Tennessee just eight days earlier. This was, and remains to this day, an historically important step forward in fulfilling the potential of American democracy. But we must also recognize that the suffragettes’ work was incomplete and remains unfinished.

"It's about love for the Earth" - An EVP Volunteer Story
  • August 22 2020
  • Blog posts

"It's about love for the Earth" - An EVP Volunteer Story

Have you ever thought about how many texts you send in a day? Even by today’s standards, the idea of sending even 100 texts in a day seems like a lot. Well, when Roberta Rominger hits 100, she has barely even started. Now try 4,400 texts. In six hours.

2020: The Year American Voters _____ed The World
  • August 7 2020
  • Blog posts

2020: The Year American Voters _____ed The World

This fall, you get to fill in the blank.

Environmentalists Most Motivated To Vote In 2020
  • April 3 2020
  • Blog posts

Environmentalists Most Motivated To Vote In 2020

Of the 1,514 registered voters surveyed in the November poll, a stunning 14% listed climate and the environment as their top priority.

Stay Home. Stay Healthy. Promise to Vote.
  • March 29 2020
  • Blog posts

Stay Home. Stay Healthy. Promise to Vote.

Now is the time to stay home and stay healthy.

Our 2018 Impact Report
  • April 6 2019
  • Blog posts

Our 2018 Impact Report

We've got big news. We've combed through voter files, crunched all the numbers, and now we're proud to provide you with a copy of the Environmental Voter Project's 2018 Impact Report.

Environmental Voter Project: 2017 Impact Report
  • March 21 2018
  • Blog posts

Environmental Voter Project: 2017 Impact Report

You wanted results? Well, here they are. The Environmental Voter Project is thrilled to release its second Annual Impact Report.

Sign the pledge: I will vote in every election!
  • August 2 2017
  • Blog posts

Sign the pledge: I will vote in every election!

Environmentalists need to start voting...and we need to start now.

Trump Climate Decision Could Wake "Sleeping Lion" That Is Environmental Voters
  • May 31 2017
  • Blog posts

Trump Climate Decision Could Wake "Sleeping Lion" That Is Environmental Voters

Statement from Environmental Voter Project Founder Nathaniel Stinnett on President Trump's Reported Decision To Pull The United States Out of the Paris Climate Accord.

Woman holds up a sign with a green checkmark
  • August 29 2022
  • Press

Radio Kingston: Green Radio Hour with Jon Bowermaster

EVP Executive Director Nathaniel Stinnett has a conversation with the Green Radio Hour on why environmentalists don't vote and how the EVP is getting them to the polls.

Image of Planet Earth in background with text in the foreground that reads The Climate Pod
  • August 10 2022
  • Press

The Climate Pod: How To Build Climate Political Power After The Inflation Reduction Act (w/ Nathaniel Stinnett and Lori Lodes)

The Senate passed the Inflation Reduction Act. The 2022 midterm elections are less than 90 days away. With historic investments in climate action almost signed into law and historic stakes for the upcoming elections, what should the climate movement do now?

A person at a protest with a sign that says #Vote for the environment
  • July 28 2022
  • Press

HuffPost: ‘Dormant’ Climate Voters Could Swing Elections In Key States, New Poll Suggests

Driving the voters who rarely cast ballots to turn out may be the trick to bringing climate hawks off the sidelines.

The Hill logo with blue background
  • July 19 2022
  • Press

The Hill: Climate movement must stop hoping for political heroes

EVP Executive Director Nathaniel Stinnett wrote an Op-Ed for The Hill in response to the recent announcement that Senator Joe Manchin will not support climate change legislation.

Climate activists, including members of Extinction Rebellion, participate in a demonstration in front of the Thurgood Marshall US Courthouse against a recent Supreme Court ruling on June 30, 2022 in New York City.
  • July 5 2022
  • Press

WGBH: 'It’s our job to show up': How environmentalists can build political power after the EPA ruling

EVP Executive Director Nathaniel Stinnett spoke with Boston Public Radio about the recent West Virginia v EPA Supreme Court decision and the role that EVP is playing in getting non-voting environmentalists to change their ways.

Source: Brianna Soukup/Portland Press Herald/Getty Images
  • May 25 2022
  • Press

The New Republic: These Data Nerds Think They’ve Found the Climate Silver Bullet: Nonvoting Environmentalists

The Environmental Voter Project wants to turn infrequent voters who care about the environment into a force that can swing elections.

In an aerial view from a drone, geothermal plants are seen near the receding shores of the Salton sea on February 13, 2021 near Calipatria, California. As the lake continues to evaporate,, its increasing salinity has made it unsustainable for the fish and great masses of white pelicans and other migratory birds that fed on them. As more lake bottom becomes exposed, fine particles of toxic dust are becoming a health hazard to local communities. Credit: David McNew/Getty Images
  • April 25 2022
  • Press

WBUR: What Voter Suppression in Places like Texas means for the Climate

Voters who care about climate change are also most likely to be hurt by voter suppression laws, writes Nathaniel Stinnett.

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  • April 21 2022
  • Press

theSkimm: What Your Vote in the Midterms Can Mean for Climate Change

4 (Solvable) Reasons We're Losing The Fight Against Climate Change.

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  • April 20 2022
  • Press

WGBH: Boston Public Radio - Nathaniel Stinnett talks about efforts to increase voting numbers among environmentalists

Nathaniel Stinnett talked about efforts to increase voting numbers among environmentalists. Stinnett is founder and executive director of the Environmental Voter Project.

EVP Executive Director Nathaniel Stinnett with Important Not Important logo
  • April 4 2022
  • Press

Important Not Important Podcast: Peer Pressure Works

Over the past few years, more and more voters have cited “action on climate” as a reason for voting the way they do. But lots of voters who are registered, and even those who do vote in presidential elections – don’t turn out for midterms.

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