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Nathaniel Stinnett

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CCL Extended Q&A with Nathaniel Stinnett, Executive Director of Environmental Voter Project

Citizens' Climate Lobby

Find out more and get involved at: https://cclusa.org/evp Wanted more time with CCL's July 2022 National Meeting Speaker? Join us for an extended Q&A with Nathaniel Stinnett from Environmental Voter Project. Nathaniel shares how his organization is changing the voting behavior of people concerned about preserving a livable climate. The Founder and Executive Director of EVP,  Stinnett is a frequent expert speaker on cutting-edge campaign techniques and the behavioral science behind getting people to vote. He has held a variety of senior leadership and campaign manager positions on U.S. Senate, congressional, state, and mayoral campaigns. Skip ahead to the following section(s):(0:00) Intro & Agenda(3:23) EVP Background & Results(19:00) Ways to get involved 2022(25:43) Q&A: Are there studies showing more environmentally friendly politicians are being elected?(29:03) Q&A: How does EVP know that specific people are environmental voters that don't vote?(35:40) Q&A: What's your best elevator pitch to phonebank for a friend?(37:19) Q&A: Where do you find hope?(41:45) Q&A: Do you reach out to people on social media?(42:28) Q&A: What about postcards?(44:08) Q&A: What's the most effective outreach approach (phonebanking, texting, postcards, canvassing, digital ads?)(50:00) Q&A: Does EVP have internships and which states do you work in?(54:40) Q&A: When you founded EVP did you ever dream that it would be this big and important? #climatevoter #climateaction #priceoncarbon #grassrootsclimate

59mins

22 Jul 2022

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Nathaniel Stinnett | Citizens’ Climate Lobby | July 2022 Monthly Meeting

Citizens' Climate Lobby

You may be surprised that not all environmentalists vote. In fact, as a group, they vote at far lower rates than most people. Information on how often constituents' vote is publicly available, and members of Congress prioritize the concerns of those who actually vote. This may explain why some politicians don't prioritize climate change. On this month's call, Nathaniel Stinnett from Environmental Voter Project will share how his organization is changing the voting behavior of people concerned about preserving a livable climate. The Founder and Executive Director of EVP, Stinnett is a frequent expert speaker on cutting-edge campaign techniques and the behavioral science behind getting people to vote. He has held a variety of senior leadership and campaign manager positions on U.S. Senate, congressional, state, and mayoral campaigns.Skip ahead to the following section(s):(0:00) Intro & Agenda(3:24) Nathaniel's Presentation(22:17) Q&A Discussion(31:53) July Actions & Updates July’s Pre-Call video: https://vimeo.com/719233771 More About EVP: https://www.environmentalvoter.orgNathaniel's Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/evp-july-slidesVolunteer signup: https://www.environmentalvoter.org/get-involvedJuly Action Sheet: https://cclusa.org/actionsheet

45mins

9 Jul 2022

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Nathaniel Stinnett #734

What Matters Most

This is part of our ongoing series on the importance of voting and what is at stake in this election in 2020 — this time, with the great wisdom keeper, Nathaniel Stinnett. Why is it important to vote? Does our vote even matter? What is democracy?Nathaniel Stinnett founded the Environmental Voter Project in 2015 after over a decade of experience as a senior advisor, consultant, and trainer for political campaigns and issue-advocacy nonprofits. Dubbed “The Voting Guru” by Grist magazine, Stinnett was named one of America’s 50 environmental visionaries, and he is a frequent expert speaker on cutting-edge campaign techniques at top universities and campaign management trainings.He has held a variety of senior leadership and campaign manager positions on U.S. Senate, Congressional, state, and mayoral campaigns, and he sits on the Board of Advisors for MIT’s Environmental Solutions Initiative. Formerly an attorney at the international law firm DLA Piper LLP, Stinnett holds a B.A. from Yale University and a J.D. from Boston College Law School. He lives in Boston, MA with his wife and two daughters.Please Consider Writing An Honest Review of What Matters MostIf you enjoyed this — or any! — episode of the What Matters Most podcast, please leave a review of the show! Reviews help boost the show in rankings, which makes it more visible… and that means more listeners! It’s a great way to spread the word about What Matters Most!Create your review – click here!Read The Book That Inspires The ShowPaul Samuel Dolman, author, podcaster, and speaker, presents What Matters Most (the book!) a series of interview transcriptions from more than twenty inspirational Nashville and Tennessee residents, including special guest the journalist and author Bill Moyers.Nashville Mayor Megan Barry, former Governor Don Sundquist, Academy Award-winning actress Patricia Neal, Grammy Award-winning entertainer Wynonna Judd, and many more share intimate and inspirational aspects of themselves.This twentieth anniversary edition also features bonus material from thirty more notables from Tennessee, including local business owners, spiritual leaders, coaches, radio personalities, authors, and educators.Support Our Worldwide MissionWhat Matters Most is 100% listener supported by generous pledges from people just like you.Did this episode speak to you? Please consider pledging your support for as little as $5.00 per month… or pledge at higher levels and enjoy perks like a guided meditation audiobook, a library of Paul Samuel Dolman e-books… and more!Full details on how to become a patron can be found at https://www.patreon.com/whatmattersmost.Can’t contribute financially? Consider writing a positive review of the show at Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.Thank you!The post Nathaniel Stinnett #734 appeared first on Paul Samuel Dolman.

35mins

30 Oct 2020

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Ordinary Vegan Podcast #87-Why Environmentalists Don't Vote with Nathaniel Stinnett

Ordinary Vegan Podcast

In the 2016 US Presidential election, over 10 million people who listed the environment their top priority didn't vote.You might be asking, how can you be an environmentalist and not vote? Today, Nathaniel Stinnett provides the answers. Nathaniel Stinnett is the Founder & Executive Director of the Environmental Voter Project, a non-partisan nonprofit that uses big data and behavioral science to identify non-voting environmentalists and then get them to vote. Dubbed “The Voting Guru” by Grist magazine, Stinnett was named one of America’s 50 environmental visionaries, and he is a frequent expert speaker on cutting-edge campaign techniques at top universities and campaign management training. He has held a variety of senior leadership and campaign manager positions on U.S. Senate, Congressional, state, and mayoral campaigns, and he sits on the Board of Advisors for MIT’s Environmental Solutions Initiative. Nathaniel Stinnett will provide fascinating, insightful, and jaw-dropping reasons on why environmentalists don't vote in elections along with: Why politicians don't prioritize climate change The importance of a single vote Why people vote Turn out problems among environmentalists Introduction to the Environmental Voter Project Thank you for joining me today. Hope today’s podcast inspires you to vote for the environment. You can find Nathaniel Stinnett on the Environmental Voter Project website, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. For recipes and inspiration, follow me on Instagram and Facebook. Additionally, you can find my new book "The Easy 5 Ingredient Vegan Cookbook" and all my vegan CBD productsfrom hemp on my website. CBD Oil from hemp  has shown strong promise in helping people build an immune systemthat is fortress strong. Hope it can help you. Thanks to today’s sponsor Barnard Medical Center. Also, please share this podcast so our community can grow. And if you have time, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. The more reviews we receive, the better chance of spreading the compassion one plant-based meal at a time. Please stay strong and stay well! https://www.patreon.com/ordinaryvegan

35mins

26 Sep 2020

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How to reframe the power of your vote with Nathaniel Stinnett of the Environmental Voter Project

The Positively Green Podcast

We’re heading to the polls and chatting all about voting today! We interview Nathaniel Stinnett, founder of the Environmental Voter Project, a nonpartisan nonprofit organization that aims to significantly increase voter demand for environmental leadership by identifying inactive environmentalists and then turning them into consistent activists and voters. Resources mentioned: Quinta MKE CSA box Grassway Organics Kelsey’s Holistic Home eBook (code positivelygreen for 15% off) Topics covered in this episode: How the Environmental Voter Project got started The effect of COVID-19 on voter turnout this year Why does environmental policy always sit lowest on the voting totem poll? How EVP actually identifies, engages, and mobilizes inactive voters and the challenges that come with that Pressing environmental issues that exist right now Results that EVP has seen from their efforts Volunteer or get involved here Make a donation here Sign the Environmental Voter Pledge Thanks for listening! Don’t forget to rate, review, and subscribe to stay up to date with all of the latest episodes. You can also follow along with us on Instagram @positivelygreenpodcast.

51mins

1 Jun 2020

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Nathaniel Stinnett | Citizens' Climate Lobby | April 2020 Monthly Speaker

Citizens' Climate Lobby

Step one to generate political will for climate solutions is to get people who care about the environment to vote. When Nathaniel Stinnett found out that environmentalists, by and large, were staying home on election day, he saw a problem in need of a solution. That's why in 2015 he launched the Environmental Voter Project, which identifies environmentalists who don't vote and reaches out to get them to the polls. On this month's call, Nathaniel will share some of the ways his organization has successfully activated this important bloc of voters. Helpful Links: Environmental Voter Project: https://www.environmentalvoter.org/ CCL Action Sheet: https://cclusa.org/actionsheet Citizens' Climate Lobby Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CitizensClimateLobby/

39mins

11 Apr 2020

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Environmental Voters! With Nathaniel Stinnett of Environmental Voter Project

The Sustainable Century

Nathaniel Stinnett, founder and Executive Director of the Environmental Voter Project, was dubbed by Grist magazine as the voting guru and hailed by the New York Times as a visionary. Nathaniel’s and the Environmental Voter Project's mission is to supercharge and activate the votes of all environmentalists the United States - all 15 million of them that dont always vote! Listen to how Nathaniel, the EVP data nerds, and hundreds of 'get out the environmental vote' volunteers, work fulltime to grow the environmental electorate.

27mins

25 Feb 2020

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Ep 11: Nathaniel Stinnett, Founder and Executive Director of the Environmental Voter Project

My Climate Journey

In this episode, I interview Nathaniel Stinnett, the Founder and Executive Director of the Environmental Voter Project. Nathaniel Stinnett founded the Environmental Voter Project in 2015 after over a decade of experience as a senior advisor, consultant, and trainer for political campaigns and issue-advocacy nonprofits. Hailed as a "visionary" by The New York Times, and dubbed "The Voting Guru" by Grist magazine, Stinnett is a frequent expert speaker on cutting-edge campaign techniques and the behavioral science behind getting people to vote. He has held a variety of senior leadership and campaign manager positions on U.S. Senate, Congressional, state, and mayoral campaigns, and he sits on the Board of Advisors for MIT’s Environmental Solutions Initiative. Formerly an attorney at the international law firm DLA Piper LLP, Stinnett holds a B.A. from Yale University and a J.D. from Boston College Law School. He lives in Boston, MA with his wife and two daughters. In this episode, we discuss: Nathaniel's background in law and politics which led to him founding the Environmental Voter Project What the Environmental Voter Project is and what kind of work they are doing Insights into voter behavior and how it factors into climate policy How voting records and your voting file factors into climate policy regardless of which candidate you support The results and progress Nathaniel and his team at the Environmental Voter Project have made to date along with their future plans Ways people can get involved with EVP and Nathaniel’s advice to those looking to join the climate fight I hope you enjoy the show! You can find me on twitter @jjacobs22 and email at info@myclimatejourney.co, where I encourage you to share your feedback on episodes and provide suggestions for future guests or topics you'd like to see covered on the show. Links for topics discussed in this episode: Nathaniel’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/NCStinn Environmental Voter Project: https://www.environmentalvoter.org/leadership Environmental Voter Project: How Much Do People Lie About Voting?: https://www.environmentalvoter.org/sites/default/files/documents/how-much-do-people-lie-about-voting.pdf

55mins

17 Jun 2019

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Environmental Voter Project with Nathaniel Stinnett

Two Broads Talking Politics

Kelly talks to Nathanial Stinnett, Founder and Executive Director of the Environmental Voter Project, about the organization's strategy to get out the vote among environmentalists so that environmental issues become a priority for politicians who focus on the issues of concern to likely voters.

37mins

10 Jan 2019

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Ep. 58. Nathaniel Stinnett, Environmental Voter Project

The Midpod: The Midterms Podcast

Using data mining and modeling, Stinnett has discovered a millions of passionate environmentalists, who defy our stereotypes. Now he’s working to get them to the polls.

32mins

11 Sep 2018

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