Track II

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).

ANNUAL CROSS-BORDER ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION CONFERENCE

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

INITIATIVES & WORKING GROUPS

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

MEDIA COVERAGE

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
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