The EAD is the Middle East's largest environmental regulator committed to protecting and enhancing air quality, groundwater, and the biodiversity of Abu Dhabi's desert and marine ecosystems.
EEG is a professional working group devoted to protecting the environment through the means of education, action programs and community involvement.
The EPDA is committed to providing innovative and distinguished projects in the processes of conserving and protecting various environmental systems.
The EPAA aims to protect the environment, and the wildlife and its biodiversity. This happens through scientific research, setting appropriate policies to raise awareness, supporting the principle of sustainable development to preserve natural environmental resources, and by a guaranteed exploitation of natural resources to the benefit of the present generation without wasting the right of future generations.
ENWWF is a non-profit organization and an environmental federal charity established to drive positive change in the United Arab Emirates to conserve the nation’s natural heritage.
Emirates Marine Environmental Group (EMEG)
EMEG is a non-profit organization based in Dubai whose mission is to preserve biodiversity in the United Arab Emirates by protecting endangered wildlife through conservation strategy, actively participating in endangered species conservation efforts, advancing scientific research through collaboration, and more.
Sustainability Knowledge Group is a global advisory firm dedicated in creating value through strategic CSR and Sustainability solutions.
The Center for Environmental Filmmaking (CEF) at American University is one of the leading environmental, wildlife, conservation film programs in the world. Its mission is to advance filmmaking, photography and new forms of media as vital catalysts for raising awareness, promoting solutions and mobilizing movements.
The Green Cinema Toolkit from the Independent Cinema Office is aimed specifically at the film exhibition sector, and is an indispensable resource for cinemas looking to understand their environmental impact. As well as tips for a green cinema, the toolkit includes a review of climate change issues, case studies and links to further tools, guidance and resources. (Source)
The Centre for Sustainable Practice in the Arts (CSPA) is a think tank for environmental sustainability in the arts and culture. Its activities include the publication of reports, research initiatives, information distribution, the creation of online tools, and conducting conferences and workshops on sustainable arts practices. (Source)
Julie’s Bicycle is a charity that provides training, information and certification in environmental sustainability for arts organizations, and has resources that include a free carbon calculator. The FAQs section of their website provides a good introduction to climate change. (Source)
The Carbon Literacy Project raises awareness of the impact of everyday activities on the climate and what steps can be taken. It certifies individual trainers and company training providers and organizations themselves (to run in-house training) in providing carbon literacy training. (Source)
Visualizing Palestine was established in 2012 and is dedicated to using data and research to visually communicate Palestinian experiences to provoke narrative change. It envisions a liberated future for Palestinians in a world free from oppression.
The Palestinian Environmental NGOs Network-Friends of Earth Palestine (PENGON-FoE Palestine) is a coordinating body among different Palestinian NGOs working in the field of environment. It aims to serve Palestinian environmental issues by coordinating endeavors between the member organizations, strengthening and building the efficiency within each organization, and enhancing relations within the Network as well as with other organizations domestically and abroad, such as local government agencies and international environmental organizations and advocacy groups.