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 discuss, negotiate, and develop practical cross-border strategies to facilitate formal and informal environmental agreements between Israel, Palestine and Jordan. The concept underlying the Track II Forum is a departure from traditional peace-building efforts in the region (Track I), which have aimed to establish over-arching peace agreements. We believe that by promoting initiatives taken at the professional level, we can catalyze positive change on the ground and in the political arena.
Track II Environmental Forum
The 4th annual Track II Environmental Forum Conference on "Climate Change: Regional Collapse or Paradigm Shift?" took place in December 2020.
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