KKL-JNF delegation at UN conference on global warming

In a series of meetings with UN officials and reps of environmental orgs, the KKL-JNF delegation will explore options for bilateral cooperation on environmental matters.

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December 5, 2007 17:20
KKL-JNF delegation at UN conference on global warming

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A KKL-JNF delegation of four representatives is participating on the Indonesian island of Bali at a UN conference on Global Warming. The delegation, whose departure and security was finally authorized by Minister of Environment, Gideon Ezra, will describe KKL-JNF's special work on desert afforestation on the "Forest Day", which will take place during the conference. In a series of meetings with UN officials and representatives of environmental organizations worldwide, the KKL-JNF delegation will explore options for bilateral cooperation on environmental matters and discuss shared solutions to local and regional ecological problems. They will also meet with representatives from developing countries and offer them KKL-JNF's assistance in information about climatic influences. "The effort to conserve the environment unites all countries of the world," said KKL-JNF World Chairman, Efi Stenzler. "The participation of KKL-JNF representatives and other members of the Israeli delegation proves that Israel has made a genuine commitment to keep the planet green, but final success can only be achieved by international cooperation." For further details www.kkl.org.il/eng or e-mail ahuvab@kkl.org.il Sponsored content

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