Search results for ‘Trust for Public Lands ’

  • Non-profit

    New Organizing Institute (NOI)

    NOI is defunct. For its successor, see Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) New Organizing Institute (NOI) was a left-progressive group that trained digital organizers and campaigners for the Democratic Party and liberal political causes. The organization, described by a Washington Post reporter as “the Democratic Party’s Hogwarts
  • Non-profit

    International Crisis Group

    International Crisis Group is a foreign policy non-governmental organization dedicated to preventing wars, genocides, and other global conflicts. Its staffers, leaders, and board of trustees members consist of former United Nations employees, foreign policy scholars, and philanthropists such as billionaire left-of-center financier George Soros.
  • Non-profit

    Harvard University

    Harvard University is one of the oldest, most prestigious, and most powerful universities in the world. Founded in 1636, the university maintains a $40.9 billion academic endowment, the largest in the world, as of April 2021.
  • For-profit

    Goldman Sachs

    Goldman Sachs is an international investment bank and financial services corporation based in New York City. Since its founding in 1869, the firm has since grown into one of the largest and most influential financial institutions in the world. Since in the 1980s, a number of Goldman Sachs executives have
  • Non-profit

    German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF)

    The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is a nonprofit think-tank founded in 1972 by Willy Brandt, at the time West German Chancellor and leader of the left-progressive Social Democratic Party (SDP).
  • Non-profit

    Freedom House

    Freedom House is a United States-based non-governmental organization that is primarily funded by the United States government but also receives money from private grantmaking foundations. 1 The organization’s focus is on research and analysis of political
  • Non-profit

    Center for International Policy (CIP)

    The Center for International Policy is a non-profit public policy research and advocacy think tank with offices in Washington, D.C. and New York City. It was founded in 1975 in response to the Vietnam War. Funding Donors to CIP Between 1999 and 2018, CIP received over $20 million from foundations:
  • Other Group

    United for Action

    United for Action is a volunteer group of liberal activists that organize protesters against domestic energy production and in support of an extremist environmentalist agenda.
  • Non-profit

    Sierra Nevada Alliance

    The Sierra Nevada Alliance (SNA) is an organization that coordinates the efforts of locally based groups that work to restore and preserve the local and Sierra Nevada Mountain wide environment often at the expense of the economy. It is primarily funded by grants from the State of California.
  • Non-profit

    Resource Generation

    Resource Generation (RG) is a left-of-center organization which organizes and encourages wealthy young people to “devote a portion of their financial assets to left-of-center causes.”
  • Non-profit

    Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC)

    The Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) is a left-of-center environmental advocacy group. Funding Financial Overview In 2019, the Pennsylvania Environmental Council reported total revenues of $4.1 million, total expenditures of $3.8 million (including grants paid totaling $176,464), and net assets of $3.34 million.
  • Non-profit

    Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy

    Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP) is a left-of-center environmentalist and anti-trade organization that advocates for climate austerity positions with respect to industrial scale agriculture, with the goal of lowering greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by reducing total levels of world food production. Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy has
  • Non-profit

    Garrison Institute

    Garrison Institute is a retreat center that provides education and performs research on meditative contemplation and how it can be applied to social activism. It offers programs and retreats in its Garrison, New York location that cover the connection of contemplation and “mindfulness” with left-of-center social issues such as environment
  • Non-profit

    Florida Conservation Voters

    The Florida Conservation Voters is a tax-exempt advocacy organization that focuses exclusively on Florida environmental issues. It was originally called Florida’s Water and Land Legacy and was formed for the sole purpose of sponsoring Amendment 1, a successful 2014 state constitutional amendment requiring a 20-year, $20 billion funding increase
  • Non-profit

    Rachel’s Network

    Rachel’s Network is a network of female funders of environmentalist projects that works as a fundraiser to advance advocacy on left-of-center immigration, environmental, and biological issues. Winsome McIntosh, the president of the McIntosh Foundation, founded Rachel’s Network. The organization signed a petition supporting the Green New Deal.
  • Non-profit

    Democratic Socialists of America (DSA)

    The Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) is a far-left political activist group in the United States, and the largest socialist organization in the country with approximately 78,000 members as of August 2023.
  • Non-profit

    National Academy of Sciences (NAS)

    The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) is a membership society that hosts programs and publishes scientific studies in the United States. Established by a Congressional charter in 1863, NAS operates as an independent nonprofit organization that advises the federal government on scientific issues and conducts studies on its behalf.
  • Non-profit

    Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN)

    The Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN) is a Pennsylvania-based, nominally right-leaning nonprofit that promotes left-of-center environmentalist policies to otherwise conservative Christians. 1
  • Non-profit

    Woods Hole Research Center

    Funded by a variety of private foundations, the Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC) has positioned itself as a key source of scientific research and policy proposals regarding climate change, directed to government decision-makers around the world. WHRC has further extended its influence beyond governments to include civil society, by working
  • Non-profit

    Conservation Fund

    The Conservation Fund is an environmentalist organization based in Arlington, Virgina that acquires, conserves, and supports the conservation of American forestlands and historic sites, mainly battlefields. Background The Conservation Fund was founded in 1985 as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization by activists Patrick Noonan and Richard Erdmann (who works as