Lower Jordan River

The Jordan River is unique in its natural & cultural wealth, but is threatened by excessive water diversion & pollution, being treated like a backyard dumping ground

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Community Involvement

A project based on sets of cross-border partnering communities sharing a common water source, promoting environmental awareness & peace building

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Youth Education

This project utilizes the transboundary water problems as a meeting platform to create positive interaction amongst youth of the region

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EcoParks

EcoPeace has developed 3 EcoParks; whether to preserve biodiversity, or as a tool for environmental education, they are important community projects

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Dead Sea

The Dead Sea, a unique salt-lake, is the lowest point on the surface of the planet, but is dropping by more than 1 meter every year! What can be done about it?

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Water & the Peace Process

Since the start of the Oslo process in 1993, all attempts at the peace process have been predicated on an “all or nothing” approach. EcoPeace is working to change that paradigm

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