Interview of the Week: Nathaniel Stinnett click button

Interview of the Week: Nathaniel Stinnett

This week we were so excited to get to sit down with Nathaniel Stinnett, executive director and founder of the Environmental Voter Project, to get some insights about the recent election and what climate activists can learn from it. Nathaniel brings some truly valuable insight into who climate voters are, what happened with the Latinx […]

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Count All The Votes!

Count All The Votes!

Despite what Donald Trump says, fraud is not occurring in our vote-counting process. To state otherwise is incendiary and dangerous. What’s worse is that other Republican leaders have failed to denounce these claims that something nefarious is happening with our election. Hang in there everyone, let’s count all the votes. And an extra thank you […]

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Election Analysis–What It Means So Far for the Planet

Election Analysis–What It Means So Far for the Planet

When we filmed this interview on Thursday afternoon we still didn’t know the result of the presidential race, nor a handful of Senate races like in Georgia or North Carolina. But we do know some things: There’s a decent chance that the Senate is in Republican control–this could change if both Georgia U.S. Senate elections […]

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Disputes About Climate Change Splits Generations

Disputes About Climate Change Splits Generations

by Natasha Lasky, ODP Contributing Writer While most Americans believe that the climate is changing, and would like the federal government to take action, there’s a sizeable generational disparity in the level of climate concern. Eighty percent of voters aged between 18 and 29 consider global warming to be “a major threat to life on […]

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Election Results 2020 (So Far)

Election Results 2020 (So Far)

There’s still a lot that we don’t know about the results of this election and while it was a long night, here’s what we do know as of very early this morning: It was not a wave election and even if Biden does win, he will have to govern a very divided nation that rejected […]

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Pence Takes Aim at Green New Deal in VP Debate With Little Pushback

Pence Takes Aim at Green New Deal in VP Debate With Little Pushback

Last night’s vice presidential debate solidified one thing: that Republicans know their weakness on climate issues and that they’re going to try with all their might to breathe new life into the narrative that action on the environmental kills jobs. Even before a question was asked by moderator Susan Page specifically on the environment, Vice […]

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