Greenpeace is one of the biggest and most well-known environmental organisations in the world. Their campaigns are focused on issues of climate change, deforestation, over-fishing, etc. The characteristic scheme for Greenpeace’ campaigns is non-violent direct action, where volunteers interact with audience or surroundings in non-conventional way to grab attention to raised subject.
Joint actions: Break Free from Fossil Fuels 2017
Porter School of Environmental Studies is a chapter of the Tel Aviv University offering graduate and doctorate studies in many environment-related fields both in English and in Hebrew. For interested people from outside the university, Porter holds regular film festivals and open lectures of guest speakers.
Joint actions: EMIS at TAU Science Night
Green Course is a grassroots activist organization which works to influence elected decision makers in Israel to create public sustainable environmental and social policy, to increase the circles of influence by widening participation, to support social-environmental justice by preventing government authorities, private corporations and the public the from harming nature resources and the environmental and social systems of Israel for generations to come.
Joint actions: Visit in the Knesset – Water Crisis in Israel
The Goethe Institute is German cultural institute, active worldwide, promoting the study of German abroad and encouraging international cultural exchange. In Israel, the Institute organised the Tomorrow, Today project aimed at screening environmental documentary films created in five EU countries.