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.
Co-Designing a New and Better Global Systems Accounting for Pollution
Saturday 19 February 2022
Ecological Racism and Deep-Sea Mining in the Pacific
G20 Interfaith Forum Webinar
16-17 February 2022
Planetary Boundary for Pollutants, Including Plastics, Exceeded
from UNEP Geneva Environment Network 24 January 2022
Chemical pollution has passed safe limit for humanity, say scientists
Damian Carrington, Environment editor
The Guardian 18 January 2022
The Accelerating Environmental Crisis:
A 60-year Perspective
IEF Webinar with Arthur Dahl 22 January 2022
This IEF webinar was held on 22 January 2022.
Politics of Being: Wisdom and Science for a New Development Paradigm
by Thomas Legrand
Ocean of Wisdom Press, 2021, 518 p.
Book review by Arthur Lyon Dahl
Foreseeing the Future of Our Responsibility and Opportunity
UN Environment Management Group Nexus Dialogues
with IEF President Arthur Dahl
Stockholm+50: Only One Earth
Next year will mark 50 years since the first United Nations Conference on the Human Environment – the 1972 Stockholm Conference – that led to the creation of the United Nations Environment Programme and that designated 5 June as World Environment Day.
Action on Climate Change: Multiple Paths to a Better Future
In association with the UN Climate Change Conference COP26
Reporting to G20 Interfaith Forum on COP26
IEF members are contributing to the G20 Interfaith Forum working group on Religion and Environment. As part of this, we have contributed two viewpoints to the G20 Interfaith Forum website blog, building on the experience of the IEF 25th Annual Conference at COP26. The first was on the Interfaith start to COP26: