The unheard “green majority” has disproportionately not voted in recent elections. This project identifies these people and uses social pressure to nudge them into action – simply voting.
Trying to solve the problems that are affecting our world, and believing that they can make a difference. Brian Stauffer Founder and executive director of the Environmental Voter Project Nathaniel Stinnett rarely talks about the environment; climate change even less. For the person who runs the Environmental Voter Project , that may sound surprising. To Mr. Stinnett, it’s pretty obvious, even if it’s difficult. However, convincing people that environmentalism is important or that climate change is happening isn’t the point. The point is getting those who consider themselves environmentalists to vote — nearly 16 million did not in the […]