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 Ed Fund wants to honor 2 women whose contributions to environmental justice have been deeply impactful.
At our organization, we are ready to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day by reflecting on how we can be even better allies for Indigenous people.
The Supreme Court is taking unprecedented moves to undo environmental legislation and weaken federal agencies.
Our Green California came in from up and down the state, met with over 50 legislators and staff to push for 12 environmental bills.
At $369 billion over 10 years, the IRA represents the single largest investment in fighting the climate crisis the U.S. has ever made
One of the most important environmental laws in California is under attack by corporate developers. California Environmental Voters is here to clear the air.
California is a biodiversity hotspot, with many native plants and wildflowers offering benefits to their surrounding environment communities.
After three of California’s driest years, storms brought relief to water supplies. But now, our state faces a new problem: widespread flooding
Many of these women continue to lead the environmental justice movement, but each and every one of their legacies continue to inspire us. The contributions of Black, Indigenous, and women of color has made an undeniable impact on the fight for climate and environmental justice.