28 Dec An Eye-Opening Presentation of Global Significance
Start-Up Nature Israel — the Most Important Conservation Project in the Middle East
Monday, May 16, 2022 • 6 – 8 pm
Westport Library • Westport, CT
Over half a billion birds traverse the skies of Israel in each direction during their annual migrations. The wetlands of Israel have traditionally played a crucial role in sustaining these birds. But Israel’s wetlands, like those throughout the Middle East, are drying up from overuse, and migrant birds and Israel’s indigenous wildlife are at great risk.
The Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel is taking back wetlands in a nature rewilding project of global significance.
Come learn about this paradigm shift in nature conservation and its ramifications for the world.
Please join us, if you:
- care about the future of Israel
- want to learn more about the environment in Israel
- want to make a meaningful difference in supporting wildlife
- want to do something about climate change globally
Reserve your seat for free.
- Deputy CEO of the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI)
- Founder of Start-Up Nature
- Director of Partnerships and Development, SPNI