Archive for the ‘Lebanon Green Party’ Category

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It was a promise by MTV and a heartfelt endeavor to the circle. An additional reason, not objected in the report, was the adamant fact that you no longer see Lebanon’s mountains, its horizon, its paysage, the greenery of what’s left of our Lebanon; For what? Loud & vulgar ads, imposing an “in yo’ face” […]


The Ministère de l’Environment has published a campaign concerning our precious shores. Bahr Loubnan is an association formed in Lebanon in December 2002 following a report on the dramatic consequences of the pollution of our Earth, and deep reflection on our environment. Take a moment to read an open letter by Former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.


C’est le grand jour, 2000 eleves seront à 10h au Place De L’etoile et des centaines d’autres batteront les tambours dans toutes les villes libanaises, dans leur école. Bonne chance à eux dans leur message de Paix pour un Liban Vert! L’événement sera retransmis en direct par satellite à travers le monde : NOURSAT – […]


On Earth day, tomorrow the 22nd of April, the Art Lounge is organizing a Presentations & Documentaries on our planet earth and they ways to preserve it. The evening will end with the screening of the stunning Film / Documentary Home by French environmentalist Yann Arthus Bertrand. Art Lounge Beyrouth, Karantina http://www.artlounge.net Info: 03 99 76 […]


Environment Minister Mohammad Rahal demanded Thursday that the hotline 1789 be adopted to submit complaints to his ministry. Rahal asked that all complaints be sent to his office for review. Car smogs (over exagerated), people burning wheels / garbage, plastics will not be gone unnoticed any more. Though for this to work, it should be […]


Lebanon and the Arab countries have all so far but neglected the issue of climate change but must now actively cooperate in negotiations during a key upcoming summit in Copenhagen, Lebanese environmental activists said on Monday. The demand was made by the throngs of people gathered in Beyrouth’s Ain al-Mreisseh neighborhood who erected a “Climate Change Countdown […]



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