FoEME

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FoEMEFriends of the Earth Middle East
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"This is a way of saving face rather than saving the Dead Sea," said Gidon Bromberg, of FoEME.
For this reason, Gidon Bromberg, the Israel director of FoEME, told a public hearing that the crucial final evaluations should be carried out by reliably independent international experts.
"The barrier will disconnect part of the farming lands from their owners and disturb the landscape," Gilat Bartana of FOEME, told The Media Line.
FoEME is a project-oriented NGO, using both a "top-down" (lobby/advocacy) approach coupled with a "bottom-up" (grass roots/community) strategy that according to Bromberg has proven to be a very effective work model.
Over the years, 95 percent of the flow has been diverted by the three neighbors for agricultural and industrial use, while Israel alone diverts more than 60 percent of it, according to FoEME.
Over the years 95 percent of the river s flow has been diverted by the three neighbours for agricultural and industrial use, with Israel alone diverts more than 60 percent of it, according to FoEME.
Around 20 Marriott employees and a group of school students from the local area participated in the activity and took part in an educational tour led by Mr Munqeth Mehyar, head of Friends of Earth Middle East (FoEME) and his deputy Mr Abdel Rahman Sultan,.
Friends of the Earth Middle East (FoEME) has been at the forefront of pushing for the alternatives study.
Emily Hauser replies: Yes, there are Israelis who "would not want to cooperate with Palestinians who commit acts of terrorism against civilians"--but there are no such Palestinians in Friends of the Middle East (FoEME).
A leading proponent of this theory is the grassroots group Friends of the Earth Middle East (FoEME), an international NGO that has recently brought new attention to one of history's most storied bodies of water--the Dead Sea.
Freshwater diversion from the Jordan River, dams And potash extraction in the south are responsible, contributing to what conservation groups, including Friends of the Earth Middle East (FoEME), now believe could be an ecological disaster.
EcoPeace/Friends of the Earth Middle East (FoEME) was founded in 1994 as a group called EcoPeace and today has grown into a unique regional organization of Israeli, Palestinian and Jordanian environmentalists.