The Association for Forests, Development and Conservation (AFDC) was established in 1993 to achieve sustainable conservation of natural resources, raise awareness and build capacities to contribute to the national efforts for a better environment.


The committee was founded on October 25th, 1985 and obtained a license on July 31st, 1986 from the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities under the number 126 AD.


  1. To preserve the Becharre cedar forest and its environment, ensuring its healthy growth and durability.
  2. To establish

ELARD is a regional consultancy group delivering excellence in environmental, HSE and water management  and engineering for over two decades in the Middle-East, Africa and the Gulf.
With its World-Class team of experts, ELARD is fully committed to fulfilling its client's needs by carefully

Marine and  Wildlife Museum

The Museum is a world-class visitor attraction and leading science research center.

Containing more than 2000 species and over 5000 specimens of marine and wildlife, the Lebanese Marine and Wildlife Museum contains the largest collection of mummified sharks, dolphins, sea turtles, fossils, birds


RMF Together is an initiative by the Rene Moawad Foundation aimed to support our population in its time of need, through raising funds specifically from individuals and corporate donors, aside from the international institutions.


SPNL, the BirdLife national partner in Lebanon, aims at protecting nature, birds and biodiversity in Lebanon and to promote sustainable use of resources with people through reviving the concept of Al Hima. As a national environmental NGO in Lebanon, SPNL contributes to both raising awareness on


A forward-thinking institution for higher education, the University of Balamand empowers both scholars and graduates to ask unconventional questions and cross-disciplinary boundaries to preserve freedom of thought and enrich the intercultural dialogue in Lebanon and the Arab world. 


A Rocha

A Rocha Lebanon was founded in 1996, its initial focus to save the Aammiq marshes from destruction. The Aammiq Wetland is Lebanon’s most significant remaining natural freshwater site, one of all too few in the Middle East. This major stop-over site for migrating birds was under severe threat. Due to

Al-Shouf Cedar Society

The largest of Lebanon nature reserves, Al-Shouf Cedar Nature Reserve stretches from Dahr Al-Baidar in the north to Niha Mountain in the south. blanketed with oak forests on its northeastern slopes and juniper and oak forests on its southeastern slopes the reserves most famous attractions are its


Founded in 1866, the American University of Beirut is a teaching-centered research university based on the American liberal arts model of higher education. AUB has over 8,000 students and 800 faculty members. The University encourages freedom of thought and expression and seeks to graduate men and