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Now that you’ve watched some films and are wondering what you can do to contribute, we’ve provided a resource list to get you started.

There are many local and regional non-profits working on a broad spectrum of environmental issues such as community gardens, environmental justice, and watershed protection.  Take a look at our Community Partner and Sponsor list to see some of the most effective and active groups in this area. By supporting those organizations with your money and/or time, you can make a difference.

Coming up in June, you can take advantage of our partner Sustainability Now’s free, online global telesummit that will bring together people who are passionate about creating sustainable technologies to solve challenges relating to food, energy, housing, water, waste, and health and consciousness:

Sustainability Now Telesummit: June 1–7, 2019

  • Hear from 35 sustainability icons turning audacious dreams into reality
  • Get fired up about ways YOU can make a difference
  • Passion and knowledge will collide to create a fertile ground for new ideas and action

Register for free!

You also may be interested in the information below, provided by Philadelphia’s Office of Sustainability, laying out dozens of specific actions that you can take right now to help improve the quality of life in Philadelphia — and the planet.


Go Solar at Home with Solarize Philly

Solarize Philly is a citywide program run by the Philadelphia Energy Authority (PEA) to help all Philadelphians go solar at home. PEA launched Solarize Philly to make the process of installing solar as easy and affordable as possible, while also supporting solar training at the School District of Philadelphia and improving access to clean energy for all neighborhoods.

Solarize Philly is an opportunity for Philadelphia homeowners to take control of their electric bills and spend less, while taking action climate change. Sign up now for a free solar assessment of your home!


Follow us on Facebook and Twitter! #SolarizePHL  


City of Philadelphia Office of Sustainability

The Greenworks on the Ground checklists show individuals, communities, and institutions (including businesses, schools, and houses of worship) how they can help make the Greenworks visions a reality.

Checklists are collected under each type of participant:

To receive printed copies of these guides or to suggest additional recommendations for the next version of Greenworks on the Ground, please contact