Voting, lobbying, and organizing are intrinsically interconnected as we take on the climate crisis. 2023 exemplified this interconnectedness.
We passed world-changing legislation, led candidate trainings in battleground regions, and supported upcoming climate champions.
Divestment has seen resistance from politicians who believe fossil fuels are part of the solution to the climate crisis, a view that’s losing support.
Let’s get acquainted with the newest members of the EnviroVoters Ed Fund team, and learn how you can support these young climate leaders
This Día De Los Muertos, EnviroVoters wants to honor two women whose contributions to environmental justice have been deeply impactful.
The Supreme Court is taking unprecedented moves to undo environmental legislation and weaken federal agencies.
At our organization, we are ready to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day by reflecting on how we can be even better allies for Indigenous people.
While hydrogen has been marketed as a sustainable alternative to fossil fuels, production can still be incredibly emissions-heavy.
New York Climate Week brings together international leaders from government, business, and NGOs every year to discuss climate action.
Our Green California came in from up and down the state, met with over 50 legislators and staff to push for 12 environmental bills.
Since the Inflation Reduction Act passed, we have witnessed unprecedented investments in renewable energy and green infrastructure projects.
One of the most important environmental laws in California is under attack by corporate developers. EnviroVoters is here to clear the air.