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 Peoples' Environment Narrative
50 Years with UNEP and Civil Society
Towards Stockholm+50 and Beyond
5 June 2023
Wide support for effective global governance
Finding Consensus in a Divided World
Global Governance Survey 2023
released 8 June 2023
Social Change toward Universal Solidarity with a System of Accountability
By Christine Muller
Safe and just Earth system boundaries
A just world on a safe planet:
First study quantifying Earth System Boundaries
Earth Commission Report
31 May 2023
Addressing the failures in implementation
Making progress in justice through innovation
Community-based coral adaptation approaches in Fiji
News from Austin Bowden-Kerby
IEF member in Fiji
27 May 2023
Interim People’s Pact for the Future
2023 Civil Society Perspectives on the Summit of the Future
Source: Coalition for the UN We Want
Thinking about the Summit of the Future
Global Governance Forum
12 May 2023
Arthur Dahl and Amanda Ellis, two thought leaders in their respective fields, discuss global environmental governance and gender equality, picking up two important themes in the recent report "Effective and Inclusive Global Governance for Today and the Future" prepared by the High-Level Advisory Board, ahead of the 2024 UN Summit of the Future.
Caring for the Earth, Transforming Lives:
Linking Faith and Natural Regeneration
World Council of Churches, Geneva
12 May 2023
Sustainable Development Goals Progress Report
Remarks of the Secretary-General
25 April 2023 (excerpts)
Halfway to the deadline for the 2030 Agenda, we are leaving more than half the world behind.
The SDGProgress Report shows that just 12 percent of the Sustainable Development Goal targets are on track.
Progress on 50 percent is weak and insufficient.