This millennials-focused website tells those concerned about clean power who to vote for. Developed by Stectech Industries, this site was conceived by the Environmental Defense fund and a group of Standford students.
People between 18 and 29 years of age represent the largest segment of voters in the United States, which, as Hack the Election puts it, means they can have anything they want. The Clean Power Plan will start to restrict the amount of carbon dioxide produced by power companies, who are currently unlimited and accounts for 44% of American CO2 levels.
The site tells the climate-concerned millennials who to vote for on November 4th's midterm elections if they want to support this platform by crossmatching their IP address with an index of those supporting clean power.
Hack the Election Wants Millennials to Vote in Favor of Clean Power
1. Millennials' Clean Power Voting - Opportunity for businesses to create platforms that inform and inspire millennials to vote for clean power policies.
2. Clean Power Plan Advocacy - Opportunity for organizations to advocate for the implementation and expansion of the Clean Power Plan through digital platforms.
3. Political Tech Solutions - Opportunity for tech startups to develop innovative solutions that use IP address crossmatching to inform voters about candidates' stance on clean power.
1. Environmental Advocacy - Disruptive innovation opportunity for environmental organizations to leverage digital platforms in engaging and mobilizing millennials towards clean power advocacy.
2. Political Campaign Technology - Disruptive innovation opportunity for tech companies to provide digital tools and data-driven strategies for political campaigns focused on clean power policies.
3. Renewable Energy Industry - Opportunity for renewable energy companies to collaborate with digital platforms and leverage consumer awareness and engagement through clean power voting initiatives.