Interview of the Week: Tiernan Sittenfeld click button

Interview of the Week: Tiernan Sittenfeld

This week we sat down with Tiernan Sittenfeld who is the Senior Vice President, Government Affairs at the League of Conservation Voters. In this election cycle, LCV spent a record-setting $115 million dollars to help elect candidates who are environmental champions. As the Washington Post reported, That gush of money, in turn, has made the […]

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Vote for the Planet, It Can’t Vote For Itself

Vote for the Planet, It Can’t Vote For Itself

As Sir David Attenborough has been warning us, “the world is in trouble.” The fate of our one precious planet hangs in the balance and we simply cannot afford lawmakers who do not recognize this peril and have plans to address it at the needed scale. Four more years of a Trump presidency would spell […]

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Will Suburban Women Send Trump on His Way?

Will Suburban Women Send Trump on His Way?

Instead of focusing on the clean water countless Americans lack, the President has been fixated on shower pressure. Speaking at campaign events over the past week, President Trump claimed that the water and energy conservation measures he’s worked to overturn somehow hinder women from washing their hair and keeping it beautiful.  If suburban women truly […]

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Biden Needs To Go On Green Energy Offensive At Final Debate

Biden Needs To Go On Green Energy Offensive At Final Debate

Later this evening President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will convene for the final presidential debate before the general election on November 3rd. While the first debate had an unexpected question on climate change from moderator Chris Wallace, tonight’s moderator NBC News’ Kristen Welker pre-selected climate change as a debate topic outright. […]

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Can We Know How Voters Truly View Climate Change?

Can We Know How Voters Truly View Climate Change?

by Natasha Lasky, ODP Contributing Writer,  and Miro Korenha A recent poll conducted by Quinnipac University of voter priorities in the 2020 election found that climate change ranked next-to-last. These results arrive hot on the heels of another poll the university released earlier this month, which showed that voters in Maine, South Carolina, and Kentucky […]

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Democratic National Convention Night 3: All In For Climate Action

Democratic National Convention Night 3: All In For Climate Action

Yesterday, on night 3 of the Democratic National Convention, youth activists, farmers, leaders of the environmental community, as well as pop superstar Billie Eilish brought climate change to the forefront of the national conversation. As climate advocacy group, Climate Power 2020 explained, More than 25 speakers pushed for a strong response to the climate crisis […]

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