How Climate Change Could Affect Germany’s Elections

How Climate Change Could Affect Germany’s Elections

By Ashira Morris, ODP Staff Writer Earlier this month, devastating floods washed through western Germany, leaving people dead and swaths of cities destroyed. It was the worst flooding Central Europe has seen in decades, and the short, intense rainfall is “one of the hallmark manifestations of a human-warmed climate,” as Yale Climate Connections put it. […]

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Environmental Voter Project Extends to 5 New States to Mobilize Millions

Environmental Voter Project Extends to 5 New States to Mobilize Millions

by Amy Lupica, ODP Staff Writer The Environmental Voter Project (EVP) has announced that it will be expanding its voter outreach programs into five new states: Alaska, Texas, Kansas, Iowa, and New York. With this addition, the EVP will now operate in 17 states to identify inactive environmentalists and equip them with the tools to […]

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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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India invests in solar power, will the trend continue?

India invests in solar power, will the trend continue?

In India, the world’s third largest emitter of GHG emissions, a staggering 74% of the country’s electricity generation comes from coal-fired power plants, and coal use is continuing to increase as the population continues to grow. But new data suggests that coal usage might be slowing as India, for the first time, is investing more […]

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