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August 30, 2022 61 min

Environmental Voices: The PennFuture Podcast -  Episode 5: A Shared Vision for Pennsylvania's Environment and Communities 

As we approach the fall elections, securing our shared vision has never been more urgent. Tune into our latest episode to learn about the behind-the-scenes efforts by more than 30 advocacy organizations to develop  “A Shared Vision for Pennsylvania’s Environment and Communities.” This bold document is designed to put Pennsylvania at the forefront of action on climate change and environmental justice to protect our families, create jobs and ensure that every Pennsylvania community benefits. Speakers include organizers from PennFuture, Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania, Sierra Club, and Make the Road Pennsylvania. 

  • Katie Blume, Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania Political Director
  • Michelle Giles, Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania Policy Analyst
  • Michael Mehrazar, PennFuture Campaign Manager for Watershed Advocacy
  • Jenn Quinn, Sierra Club of Pennsylvania Legislative and Political Director
  • Diana Robinson, Make the Road Pennsylvania Civic Engagement Director
  • Hosted by Travis DiNicola, PennFuture Director of Development 

    The Shared Vision document can be found at:

    For more information about PennFuture, visit

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