After reviewing more than 150 applications, we’ve selected 12 stellar applicants from the Central Valley and the Inland Empire for our third cohort.

So let’s get acquainted with our newest members of the EnviroVoters Ed Fund team, and keep scrolling for more info about how you can support the program!

Yolanda Aguilar Candelario, who leads the Ambassador program, will start us off with some education about the program's importance in achieving clean water and air in California's battleground regions:

Now, hear directly from each of the 12 rising climate leaders about their favorite artists, their star signs, and what motivates them to fight for environmental justice in their communities!

The program was a massive success last year — the Ambassadors hosted presentations for students and community organizations, held town halls with elected officials, spoke directly to government agencies and legislators, and recruited nearly 150 volunteers.

We’re even more ambitious for this year. But the only way we can keep up the momentum is with your support.

Could you invest in the future of the climate movement by donating to our impactful Ambassadors program? 

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Now you can find out with our 2023 California Environmental Scorecard! Use it to see how California’s leadership scored, how many legislators take dirty oil money, and much more.

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For over 50 years, California Environmental Voters has fought on the frontlines in our state’s toughest environmental battles. Just last year, we were instrumental in passing Senate Bill 253 — the strongest corporate pollution transparency law in the nation.

But wins like these are not possible without your help. Help us out with a gift this Earth Day →

The month of March is Public Lands Month, and we’ve got some big goals. We’re pushing for 5 national monument designations while fighting for clean water, Indigenous land protection, ecosystem conservation, and increasing access to nature. 

But we need your help to make these campaigns a success →