Over Greenbelt Alliance’s 60+ year history, we have stewarded the Bay Area’s beautiful natural landscapes while promoting the growth needed to create thriving communities for generations to come. As a result, today, almost 3.3 million acres of the Bay Area’s nine counties are protected open spaces. But our region has a major problem. We aren’t ready for climate change. So Greenbelt Alliance is rising to the challenge by leveraging our decades of experience to educate, advocate for bold change, and collaborate across sectors to address the climate crisis. We’re doing this by focusing on data-driven and innovative policy solutions that foster much-needed regional collaboration to plan for and invest in equitable, resilient communities.
Establishing and fostering partnerships is crucial to our success. That’s why we’re committed to developing a tailored sponsorship package that aligns with your organization’s mission and goals, including branded opportunities to amplify your support to our community across the region.
Ways to Partner
Sponsor a Program
Climate Risk Research: Original research to guide conservation and land-use advocacy by incorporating climate risks and adaptation data.
Accelerating Climate Resilience: Planning guidance and innovative policy strategies to support equitable, climate-resilient land-use decisions.
Climate SMART Development: Promoting equitable, climate resilient cities through Sustainable, Mixed, Affordable, Resilient, Transit-oriented development.
Outings: Learn about the unique ecology and rich history of the Bay Area’s natural lands and special places through virtual and in-person guided hikes and walks.
Webinars: Sit down with notable experts to discuss solutions to environmental and urban issues throughout the Bay Area and beyond.
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Advocacy Training: Interactive training session led by one of our policy experts. We’ll review the ins and outs of advocacy and provide tools to make a positive impact on local planning and environmental decision making. Learn more about this training here.
Bay Area Rapid Transit | FM3 | Heller Manus Architects | Hire a Helper | HOK | HomeLight | Metropolitan Transportation Commission | Porch | O’Brien Homes | San Mateo County Transit District | Shute, Mihaly & Weinberger | Signature Development Group | Somo Living | Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District | SummerHill Housing Group | TBWBH Props & Measures | The Nature Conservancy