1 Share = 1 Tree.
It’s that simple!
All you have to do is listen to the song and share it on your social media feeds. You can create a Reel or a Tiktok video or simply post a screenshot of the song on your favorite platform. Use the hashtag #ChangeMeChallenge and tag @DannyAridi so we can keep track of each post.Learn more
HIMA FOR PEACE
For a sustainable tomorrow
We work towards a peaceful and sustainable Lebanon where people and nature live in harmony. By reviving the Hima concept, “protected area” in arabic, we deliver conservation of IBA’s in a way which respects people’s rights and fulfills their well-being. So far, we established 25 Himas, representing approximately 6% of Lebanon’s territory.Learn more
Extinction is not inevitable
S. Serin will be saved!
This prettily colored passerine breeds in the Middle East, especially Lebanon. Knowing it is classified as Vulnerable and considered globally endangered because of its decrease in population, it must be saved. Make a symbolic adoption to help save this sociable bird.Donate now
School with No Walls
Nature is your child’s best friend
Through our online teaching program, School with No Walls (SNOW), we aim to help each child to go from nature lover to nature defender. Explore our turnkey program where we inspire teachers and motivate students.Register now
SPNL is dedicated to causes that protect species, conserve sites, improve lives, care about climate, educate the youth and create a better world to support our peace and conservation efforts while uniting people around the HIMA.
We strive to conserve biodiversity for the provision of a better quality of life through the Hima: a holistic approach which embraces the four pillars of sustainable development, economic viability, environmental protection, and social equity.
A very fruitful meeting was held on Wednesday, November 24, between the Minister of Culture Mohammad Wissam Murtada, Kayfoun mayor Bilal Wafic Saad, Asaad Serhal SPNL Director General, Birdlife International
SPNL is participating in BlueSeeds training programme in Gokova, Turkey, on the effectiveness and durability of marine conservation projects. Day 1 covered the theme of management effectiveness including area-based solution,
Despite the continued international COVID-19 pandemic, from one hand, and the increasing economic crisis that Lebanon is facing, leading to a dramatic increase in living costs, on the other, the SPNL Anti-Poaching
SPNL nature peacebuilders and UNIFIL peacekeepers united to take part in the international #CallToEarth Day. SPNL and UNIFIL worked hand in hand to solidify the need to go back to
West Bekaa rangelands are heavily grazed, all year round except in heavy snow months, during winter. In such areas where pastures are of low productivity, herds are supplemented with large
Humans are causing alarming changes to the planet. Collectively, we are destroying ecosystems, polluting the ocean and altering our climate. Change needs to happen at every level of society, but
The Society for the Protection of Nature in Lebanon (SPNL) organised a bird release event today at Naqoura, South Lebanon, in coordination with the UNIFIL Civil Affairs Office and Logistics,
BirdLife International, in collaboration with the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature, BirdLife’s partner in Jordan, launched the regional workshop ” A Road Map to tackle Illegal Killing, Taking
Despite all international bird watchers’ cancellation of trips due the nationwide circumstances, Hammana raptor count 2021, proved again that nature prevails against all the elements, through its local team of