Join Green Justice Philly: Protect Our Region From a Dangerous Fossil Fuel Future


We are a diverse and growing coalition committed to building a healthy, sustainable, and economically just Philadelphia region. We work together to oppose the dirty fossil fuel industry that puts our neighborhoods at risk and makes our citizens sick and cannot contribute to our long term prosperity.

Our goals are to:

  1. Promote a just and sustainable economic and energy future for our region by building upon proven and innovative solutions that can bring good jobs, prosperity, improved health and livable neighborhoods to our city.
  2. Work for the good health of our communities, workers, and environment and fight against the special interests who want to foster and expand existing fossil fuel infrastructure and transport and add petrochemical-based factories that would spew toxic emissions. Our air pollution is already at unacceptable levels, leading to an epidemic of asthma as well as contributing to premature death, cancer and other illnesses that impact everyone in their reach and resulting in Philadelphia’s perpetual failure to comply with EPA clean air standards for ozone and particulates. The sources of this pollution are most often located in poor communities and communities of color.
  3. Promote a democratic and inclusive process, educating, empowering and engaging residents in creating and bringing about their vision for a healthy and green Philadelphia region; bring to light the closed-door, political and financial dealings that are shaping the dirty energy hub campaign of the destructive and outdated fossil fuel industry.
  4. Support education, training and funding for the growth and development of permanent, good-paying, green jobs and business opportunities for a diverse, local workforce, and ensure a just transition for displaced workers.

Questions? Please contact Sam Bernhardt at Food & Water Watch at or 267-428-1903


Tell us how you’d like to support PAF

  • Help with ‘Hounding Wolf’: Join the statewide network we’re building to mobilize people to rallies when Gov. Wolf visits your community.
  • Coalition building: help us sign faith institutions, businesses, community groups, labor groups or any other type of organization you can think of on to our coalition letter
  • Petitioning: circulate our petition to stop fracking in your community Create your own group in your community. We will give you the training and skills you’ll need to start a group in your community.
  • Media response team: write a letter to the editor or make a comment on an article message board responding to an article. Note: Selecting this option will opt you in to our ‘Media Response Team’ listserv, which we will use to notify people about these response opportunities
  • Start a grassroots group in your community
  • Other


Questions? Please contact Sam Bernhardt at Food & Water Watch at or 267-428-1903

Thank you for joining the movement from the Green Justice Philly Coordinating Committee – Delaware Riverkeeper Network, Food & Water Watch, …

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