Green Zionism

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Green Zionism is a branch of Zionism that is primarily concerned with the environment of Israel. It mostly fuses Israeli-specific environmental concerns with support for the existence of Israel as a Jewish state. The term itself is a trademark of Aytzim, the first environmental organization to participate in the World Zionist Congress, the World Zionist Organization, and its constituent agencies.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ Berger, Paul (16 June 2010). "Enter the Green Zionists". The Forward.

External links

  • Aytzim
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