WHY WE SUPPORT ISRAEL'S ENVIRONMENT

We believe that strong and sustainable environmental protections are the building blocks for a thriving economy, healthy and safe communities and a vibrant democracy and civil society in Israel.

 

By supporting the work of Adam Teva V’Din, Israel’s leading environmental advocacy organization, we are helping to improve the lives of Israelis throughout the country in a powerful and meaningful way. We are helping to create a chemical-free everyday environment, balance urban development with the need to protect quality of life, parks, heritage sites and green open spaces, promote innovative recycling and clean energy solutions and empower Israelis to have a say in decisions affecting their communities.  YOU can too!


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Our supporters are our best advocates!
Joe & Diana Kotzin
Joe & Diana Kotzin
Los Angeles
When it became clear that environmental consciousness was at an early stage in Israel at the time and there was much urgent work to be done, I began to give directly to Adam Teva V’Din through the Friends of Israel’s Environment…It is clear that they work very hard and have a real impact.
Jordan Salinsky
Jordan Salinsky
Onwards Israel Intern 2016
After living in Israel for the summer and volunteering at Adam Teva V’Din, I have a much better understanding of what people are interested in - taking an interest in environmental issues is definitely a part of what it means to be an Israeli.
President Reuven Rivlin
President Reuven Rivlin
President of Israel
For 25 years you good people, activists of Adam Teva v’Din, have worked to protect and guard the virtue of our land, the soul of our land.
New hope for Haifa
New hope for Haifa
Environmental advocacy stops expansion of polluting petrochemical complex in Haifa.
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Clean-up for new homes
Clean-up for new homes
Demanding clean-up of severely contaminated land in Herzliya before redevelopment.
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Equal rights for equal citizens
Equal rights for equal citizens
Improving waste management in one of East Jerusalem's most neglected neighborhoods.
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