Know Where Your Legislators Stand on Climate

Help Make 2018 A Climate Election

What if the growing massive wave of interest in the 2018 elections could coalesce around climate, science, and truth? We're asking over 80 influential voices to join in endorsing a nonpartisan, unifying Call to Action for a Climate Election with a single goal, event, and step.

  • One Goal: We can Make 2018 A Climate Election;
  • One Event: Join a kickoff livestream Climate Election Mobilization Rally;
  • One Step: Millions of Americans start to Talk About A Climate Election Everywhere & Often.

For more, see our new ClimateElection page with a Call To Action, a list of leaders and organizations we'll be asking to sign on, news about a SF Bay Area 2018 ClimateElection Working Group now forming, and a Memo with more details from the two climate activists behind the proposal (who are also the co-founders of ClimatePolitics).

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We've created a platform for climate voters

Do you believe that climate change is not receiving the attention it deserves? Imagine having easily accessible, comprehensive info on what current and aspiring legislators say and do about climate change!

This is the project site for ClimatePolitics. Since August 2016, this mostly volunteer-run project, on a bare-bones budget, has made significant progress to make it easy to see what candidates and elected officials say and do about climate change.

We started with ClimateCongress for the November 2016 elections, then moved on to ClimateCalifornia as the California legislature considered and passed legislation to expand the state's pioneering climate initiatives. 


Now, as we aim to cover representatives at many levels of government in in states across the country, we are renaming ourselves "ClimatePolitics" to reflect our greater scope. Learn more here.

A Resource for everyone

We envision ClimatePolitics as an adaptable, customizable tool that can be used for many purposes and by many constituencies. A few examples of how our wiki can empower users:

Non-profits - We offer our platform to climate, clean energy, and environmental justice organizations to join in assembling non-partisan and fully sourced profiles of legislators and candidates. They can input factual information on individuals and work with us to set up new tools like the Bill Tracker we built for California.

Journalists - Since the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement, media coverage about climate change has skyrocketed. By collecting all publicly available climate votes and statements in a single place, we offer ClimatePolitics as a one-stop shop for journalists to understand legislators’ climate positions. They can trace back our source citations, draw from our information to ask informed questions during debates, interviews, or press conferences, and highlight the resources in their reporting.

Voters and concerned residents - Polls show that all voters – Democrats, Independents, and Republicans – care about climate. Yet climate change, which is already negatively impacting communities around the country, is rarely an issue in elections. By providing an easily accessible, non-partisan information source, we aim to empower concerned voters to ask questions and make decisions based on their candidates’ and legislators’ public positions on climate - or lack thereof – and their votes.


Check out: What climate change election activities are legal for various types of nonprofits?

Felix Kramer and Mike Mielke, Co-Founders, ClimatePolitics Wiki and at Facebook and Twitter

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Note: This is a project of the California Climate Breakthrough Initiative (CCBI), a 501(c)3 project of  Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs (SEE), focusing on sharing objective information, made available to all. We intend for all information to be substantive, factual, objective, and fully sourced.

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