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Why It’s More Important Than Ever to Motivate Millennials on Climate Change

As we mentioned in a previous post, climate change is emerging as a key issue in the Presidential campaigns. According to Gene Karpinski of the League of Conservation Voters, “The elevated conversation about climate change in this election is truly historic.”   Young voters, in particular, have the potential to make an enormous difference. Millennials […]

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73% of Millennial Voters Want a Clean-Energy Candidate

Whether you’re a marketer or a politician, Millennials (those born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s) are a highly desirable demographic. Those seeking office should take note of a new poll by Hart Research, which found that an overwhelming majority of Millennials in key swing states favor a candidate who wants to power […]

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New Poll: 84% of Latino Voters Want More Clean Energy

Candidates seeking to capture the Latino vote in the 2016 election would do well to address climate change. A new poll by Earthjustice and GreenLatinos shows that Latinos are strongly in favor of reducing air pollution, believe the U.S. should mandate more wind and solar power, and support state measures that would help prevent climate […]

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2014 Midterm Elections and Climate Action: The Good News

Though efforts were more coordinated and spending was higher than ever before, the results of the recent midterm elections were not what environmental groups hoped for. There were bright spots, however, and they showed that Americans do care about the environment and clean energy.   Voters in 19 states approved ballot measures amounting to more […]

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