While I was working on the last 2 posts, a thought came to me. Are there religious based environmental and energy advocacy organizations around the the country or the world?
And quick as you can say Holly Moelly Batman, I find this site and they got pretty pictures too.
Israeli Environmental Issues and Organizations
Adam Teva V’Din: The Israel Union for Environmental Defense
Alma – Association for Environmental Quality
A citizens group involved in promoting the use of environmentally-friendly products and organically-grown produce, in encouraging industry to reduce waste, in advancing recycling and in forming an environmental youth movement.
The Arava Institute for Environmental Studies (AIES)
AIES offers the foremost environmental studies program in the Middle East. Participants come from The Palestinian Authority, Israel, Jordan, Egypt, and a variety of other nations including the US, Canada, Sweden, China, and Australia.
Council for a Beautiful Israel
CBI is active in promoting environmental awareness, protecting the natural beauty of Israel, preserving historical sites, promoting the rehabilitation of run-down urban areas and developing public recreation sites and gardens.
Friends of the Earth Middle East (FoEME)/EcoPeace
A consortium of Egyptian, Jordanian, Israeli and Palestinian environmental non-governmental organizations that work jointly to promote sustainable development in the Middle East.
An association fighting against environmentally damaging projects by means of colorful demonstrations, attracting media attention to issues.
Green Course (Megama Yeruka)
Students’ group aimed at promoting environmental issues inside and outside the universities, colleges and other higher education institutes.
Heschel Center for Environmental Learning and Leadership
Integrates environmental ethics into Jewish and Israeli education through seminars, teacher training, curricula development, and research.
Interreligious Coordinating Council in Israel (ICCI)
The ICCI is an umbrella organization of over 70 Jewish, Muslim and Christian institutions actively working towards interreligious and intercultural understanding in Israel and the region.
Israel Economic Forum for the Environment
The forum encourages industry, transportation, agriculture and other economic sectors to incorporate environmental concerns into their development planning alongside economic and operational concerns.
Israeli Green Party
Jewish Global Environmental Network (JGEN)
The mission of the JGEN is to develop partnerships and collaborative initiatives through which Jewish environmental leaders in Israel and around the world work together toward a sustainable future for Israel.
Kibbutz Lotan offers creative approaches for integrating the study of Liberal/Progressive Judaism, kibbutz, desert ecology, and environmental protection.
Ministry of Environment
New Israel Fund
New Israel Fund pursues an integrated strategy of grantmaking, technical assistance and coalition building to support national and community-based public interest organizations in Israel.
Israel’s largest environmental organization advocates environmental protection and offers a wide variety of educational programs and tours.
Teva Adventure Israel
Teva Adventure is a new not-for-profit informal Jewish educational organization that combines outdoor, environmental & adventure education with Jewish programming.