Green Project Management (GPM) involves a set of management actions to identify and evaluate the impact of activities on the environment and to control and improve performance. Accordingly, the concepts of lean, agility and resilience have a special place as driving forces because they can play an important role in improving the environment. Therefore, the present study is conducted with the aim of identifying and prioritizing green project management activities. They are introduced based on the principles of project management knowledge set and considering the concept of green. Then, by considering the concepts of resilience, agility and purity as research criteria using Fuzzy Hierarchical Analysis Process, activities are prioritized. This study has a pairwise comparison questionnaire that data are collected from construction industry experts. The incompatibility rate index is used to determine the reliability of the questionnaire. The results show that the five activities of green project management are identifying a team that can align the project with environmental policies. Development, Documentation of the project charter; Setting goals in the project charter; Quality control, Cost, Planning, Safety of environmental activities, and Preparation of green project management programs, respectively, should be given more attention.