Nature Israel provides support for the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI), Israel’s oldest and largest independent nonprofit environmental organization. Your support helps establish Nature Israel as a green beacon of hope for the world.
Supporting half a billion birds on the world's most important migration fly route.
Rewilding former fishponds into wetland nature reserves to fight climate change and biodiversity loss.
Advancing environmental solutions cooperatively with our neighbors in the Middle East.
Leveraging photovoltaic solar energy for our nine field schools.
Promoting urban nature for people’s health and well-being.
Creating marine-protected areas, protecting species and habits, regulating fishing, and more.
Hundreds of millions of birds migrate between Europe, Asia, and Africa twice each year. Today, Israel is the lone refueling station left on their grueling journey. But Israel’s habitats are disappearing. Without them, the consequences will be devastating. Learn how you can support our innovative project to help.
Join us for a live webinar with esteemed environmental activist Gidon Bromberg, founder and director of Eco Peace Middle East, who will discuss threats posed by the climate crisis to stability in the Middle East and the need for cooperation to build region-wide resilience.
Israel is home to a diverse array of flora and fauna, including some 2,800 species of plants, over 500 species of birds, and 100 species of mammals.
Located along the African-Eurasian flyway, Israel gives more than 500 million migrating birds a place to land twice a year.
Israel is designated as a biodiversity hotspot where focused international conservation efforts will have the greatest net positive effect.
Israel faces significant threats from climate change — the Dead Sea is drying up, wetlands and natural habitats are disappearing, and pollution is increasing.
Your contributions have an exponential impact on protecting Israel’s environment, fighting climate change, and creating a green beacon for the world.