The Environmental Voter Project identifies inactive environmentalists in key states and transforms them into consistent voters to build the power of the environmental movement.

Step 1: Visit the EVP home page.

EVP estimates that over 8 million environmentalists did not vote in the 2020 presidential election and over 12 million skipped the 2018 midterms.

EVP is a nonpartisan nonprofit that accurately identifies these non-voting environmentalists and "converts them into a critical mass of consistent voters that will soon be too big for politicians to ignore."

Step 2: Learn about the EVP

  • Click to go and see the EVP impact report. It's short and easy to skim.

  • Watch EVP's founder Nathaniel Stinnett describe the project and ask for help (guest speaker at CCL's July national call).

2022 Primary Results

The Environmental Voter Project had a statistically significant impact in the 2022 New Hampshire primary, increasing turnout of environmental voters by almost 2%.

Step 3: Participate in the New Hampshire EVP Phone Bank Day

We will post here when more phone banks for New Hampshire are scheduled.


Contact to get more information or to join us.