Why partnerships matter: It takes all kinds of allies to solve the toughest environmental problems — community and advocacy groups, universities, global coalitions, and even energy companies working to cut pollution. Together, we can achieve what no environmental organization can do alone.
How we use this powerful approach: EDF and our wide range of partners are working together to spark innovative ideas and bring them to life. We pioneered environmental-corporate partnerships over 30 years ago. And we work with farmers, fishers, Indigenous peoples and other allies all over the world.
- Case study
Bloomberg Philanthropies, UN Environment Programme, Environmental Defense Fund, International Energy Agency, and RMI Launch Groundbreaking Transparency and Accountability Measure For Methane EmissionsPress release,
New Version of Understanding Packaging Scorecard Helps Food Companies Purchase Safer, Sustainable Food PackagingPress release,
Tool Helps Shipping Stakeholders Identify Best Ports for Developing Sustainable First Mover InitiativesPress release,
New Environmental Defense Fund Europe report is a roadmap for European cities looking to decarbonize urban freightBlog post,
- Belt and Road Initiative International Green Development Coalition
- Everyone's Gulf
- Google Earth Outreach
- The Mayor of London
- National Corn Growers Association
- Smithsonian Astrophysical Laboratory
- University of Oxford Department of Computer Science
- University of Texas at Austin
- West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project
We’ve got a strong partnership with EDF, and together we’re getting important things done.
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