This summer I had the pleasure and privilege of interning at the Environmental Voter Project (EVP). It’s an organization that’s not even a year old– just two full-time employees and some interns sitting in the corner of an office in Boston, trying to save the world. At first glance, EVP doesn’t seem like the leader of a revolution. Running around the city and talking to apathetic people during the hottest months on record doesn’t exactly feel like the lord’s work. But EVP is taking an innovative approach to environmental action; it isn’t trying to convince anyone that the environment matters.