The International Environment Forum, as a Bahá'í-inspired professional organization for environment and sustainability, shares and upholds the principles and ideals of the Bahá'í Faith and supports its efforts to establish and promote peace, the unity of the human race, and an ever-advancing world civilization that preserves the ecological balance of the planet.
Earth for All: A survival guide for humanity
review by Arthur Lyon Dahl
and extracts from https://www.earth4all.life/
Film about coral reef restoration project screened at COP27
Bahá'í World News Service
18 November 2022
A short film produced by the Bahá’í International Community (BIC) explores how constructive relationships between individuals, the community, and institutions paved the path for a youth-led social action initiative to revitalize and protect a coral reef ecosystem off the shores of Tanna, Vanuatu.
IEF member profile
Lectures and TV interview in India
14-24 November 2022
Ethical responses to climate change
BIC COP 27 event features Al-Azhar, Religions for Peace and Vanuatu
Egypt, 10 November 2022
Delegates explore needed solidarity and justice dimensions at COP 27
News from the Bahá'í International Community
Egypt - 9 November 2022
CBD COP15: Countries are preparing new global goals to protect Nature –
what do they mean? What is our role in achieving them?
15th IEF Webinar
with Sylvia Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen
Saturday 3 December 2022
Christian churches call for a New International Financial and Economic Architecture
Extracts from an open letter to the Group of Twenty (G20)
meeting in Bali, Indonesia 15-16 November 2022
7 November 2022
Climate crisis to International Court of Justice
by Emily Wilkinson, Matt Bishop, Nadia Sánchez Castillo-Winckels
The Conversation 4 November 2022
Love, Peace and Sustainability
Based on a contribution to the Triglav Circle
5 November 2022
The Triglav Circle, which addresses the ethical dimension of social issues, met on 5 November to consider the topic "Universal Selfless Love [Agape] as a Political Philosophy and Practice". The following is my attempt to present a Bahá'í perspective on the topic.