The Green Movement (Hebrew: התנועה הירוקה, HaTnu`a HaYeruqa) is a social-environmental political party in Israel. Formed in 2008, it contested the 2009 elections in an alliance with Meimad.
The party was established in late 2008 by Eran Ben-Yemini and Alon Tal. It ran a joint list with Meimad for the 2009 elections after Meimad ended its alliance with the Labor Party. Meimad leader Michael Melchior headed its list and Ben-Yemini and Tal in second and third place, whilst former Shinui MK Meli Polishook-Bloch was also on its list in eleventh place. However, it failed to win a seat in the Knesset after failing to pass the election threshold, receiving the largest number of votes of any party not to do so.