On September 13th-14th, 2017, the second annual Track II Environmental Conference was held at the Arava Institute. The conference, entitled “Promoting environmental agreements between Jordan,
The Track II Environmental Forum was initiated in 2016 to enable key civil society organizations and individuals who represent both state and non-state actors to
TIME FOR TRACK II DIPLOMACY By David Lehrer – The Jerusalem Post October 19th, 2017 “Nongovernmental organizations, which work cross-border between Israel and Palestine on
Track II Environmental Forum
The Track II Environmental Forum enables key civil society organizations and individuals who represent both state and non-state actors to meet in a safe space. In this environment, they can discuss, negotiate and develop practical cross-border strategies to facilitate formal and informal environmental agreements between the countries.
Track II is a civil society process that brings Israelis, Palestinians, and Jordanians together to develop practical cross-border environmental solutions that can then inform and support the hoped for Track I governmental negotiation process, and utilize all levels of society in order to determine the needs and help prepare an environment to welcome positive change carried out by Track I (government).