- Good Water Neighbors
- Jordan River Rehabilitation
- Protecting Ground Water
- Green Economy Initiatives
- FoEME EcoParks
- Jordan River Peace Park
- Dead Sea
- Red-Dead Conduit
- Climate Change and Water & Energy Nexus
- Mt. Aquifer
- Water and the Peace Process
- Violent conflicts & the Environment
- Water Privatization
- Trade & Environment
- Sustainable Development Strategies
- Gulf of Aqaba / Eilat
- Solar Energy
- Video Library
This publication describes the 2016 efforts of the Good Water Neighbors project team to identify environmental challenges and provide feasible solutions for "Priority Initiatives" in the participating communities.
EcoPeace's Good Water Neighbors project was adopted in Bosnia Herzegovina this last year (2014-2015), and carried out by the Bosnian environmental NGO Center for Ecology and Energy.
This publication is a culmination of the year's activities where youth from the different ethnic communities that reside around the polluted Spreca River learned about the importance of working together to rehabilitate their shared environment.
Click here for the Resource Guide (in English) (and not under the icon on the right)
Part Two of the report includes an In Depth Analysis of the Wadi Fukin / Tzur Hadassah Communities, by Jesse Roseman.
The Good Water Neighbors project was established by EcoPeace / Friends of the Earth Middle East in 2001 to raise awareness of the shared water problems of Palestinians, Jordanians and Israelis.
This publication is a comprehensive report covering activities over the first 4 years of the project.
The trails follow the path of water and how communities have related to their water resources both in the past and in the present. Many trails highlight the rich history found in the region but also reveal degradation and pollution, often "not seen" by local residents themselves.
Click here for a short synopsis of the Israeli communities "Neighbors Paths" (in Hebrew)
In order to create the livelihood opportunities and promote sustainable development in the southern Dead Sea area, a new border crossing is required in the spirit of the Israel-Jordan Peace Treaty.
This brief study aims to examine whether such cooperation is to be found in other conflict settings around the world, and importantly, to determine the conditions necessary for such cooperation to take place.
CLICK HERE to view the brochure (and not on the icon on the right)