PennFuture could not be successful without leveraging like-minded, powerful partners in mutual support of each other’s mission and advocacy.
In late 2009, PennFuture was selected as one of 47 state affiliates of the National Wildlife Federation (NWF). State affiliates are grouped into nine regions, and PennFuture is within the Chesapeake mid-Atlantic region, joining forces with affiliates from Delaware, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina.
In 2017, PennFuture and Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania formed a strategic partnership to work collaboratively to win stronger environmental protections across the Commonwealth. By combining PennFuture’s policy leadership and legal resources with Conservation Voters of PA’s advocacy and political expertise, both organizations will be even better positioned to secure clean air, water, and land for every Pennsylvanian.
Working to improve air quality, eliminate climate pollution and make Southwestern Pennsylvania a healthy and prosperous place to live.
Advocating for clean rivers and streams in all communities in the Chesapeake Bay region.
Coalition for the Delaware River Watershed
Uniting organizations working throughout the region to enhance their capacity to effectively advocate for protecting and restoring the Delaware River Basin.
Advocating for public investment in cost-effective, nature-based solutions for safeguarding our drinking water, cleaning up our rivers and streams, and reducing floods; conserving the
lands necessary for protecting wildlife, sustaining farm economies, and supporting other community needs; and providing for outdoor recreation.
Helping individuals and families get good answers to big questions about what each of us can really do to improve prospects of a sustainable future.
Unifying businesses, conservationists and residents of the Pocono Mountains region by educating local leaders and community members about the importance of Exceptional Value stream protections.
Standing in opposition to fossil fuel-related projects that prevent communities from participating in a productive, sustainable future including: fracking, pipelines, processing infrastructure, petrochemical “cracker” plants, gas power plants, and the production of petrochemical-based products such as paints, adhesives, fertilizers and single-use consumer plastics
Advocating a clear blueprint for a 21st Century, sustainable Appalachia, expanding opportunities through public investment that restores damaged lands and invests in modern infrastructure, while rebuilding the region’s struggling middle class.
Protecting Loyalsock State Forest from efforts to lease forest lands for large-scale shale gas development.
PennFuture could not be successful without leveraging like-minded, powerful partners in mutual support of each other’s mission and advocacy. Here is a sampling of our partners, coalitions and associations we’re proud to be connected with: