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.
The Zero Draft to Create a Pact for the Future Has Landed
The Hard Part Begins
Opinion by Florence Syevuo and Dan Perell
Co-chairs of the Coalition for the UN We Need
7 February 2024
Atlantic Ocean circulation nearing ‘devastating’ tipping point, study finds
By Jonathan Watts – The Guardian
12 February 2024
Collapse in system of currents that helps regulate global climate would be at such speed that adaptation would be impossible.
The circulation of the Atlantic Ocean is heading towards a tipping point that is “bad news for the climate system and humanity”, a study has found.
Our Amazing World is the title of the recent issue of Dayspring, the official Baha’i Children's Magazine of the UK. It is a great resource for children 5 -12 to learn about and appreciate nature.
The IEF Youth Team invited all youth to an informal gathering on 18 February 2024.
Governance from a Bahá'í Perspective
Arthur Lyon Dahl
International Environment Forum
published in Kosmos Journal
IEF Youth Team
The International Environment Forum has a youth team planning outreach to the wider youth community around the world where there is such deep concern for the climate and environmental crises that threaten their future.
This page features their activities and provides resources specifically relevant to youth.
The Youth Team invites all youth to an informal gathering on 18 February.
2023 warmest on record,
temperatures 1.48°C above preindustrial level
Down to Earth
5 January 2024
The year 2023 is the warmest year on record by a “huge margin,” with global temperatures reaching 1.48 degrees Celsius above the preindustrial level, according to data from Copernicus, the Earth observation component of the European Union’s space programme.
Austin Bowden-Kerby on saving coral reefs
1 December 2023