Islam and Climate Change~ A Call to Heal

Green Muslim organisation Wisdom In Nature have released a great booklet outlining the Islamic perspective on the environment. Put together by the small team of faith-inspired community activists, it explains in simple terms climate change and its effects as well as concepts such as Khalifah (stewardship), Wholeness, Fitrah and practical actions we can take.

It’s quite an easy read with lots of images and not too much text so that you don’t lose interest. Here’s what the team had to say:

Climate Change is a signal that humankind has lost its course. By drawing on spiritual wisdom, we can respond to this call – this call to heal. This booklet was produced by a team of community activists to educate, cultivate reflection and inspire holistic action to help build a fairer and more sustainable world for all.

You can download the booklet for free from HERE although contributions are invited and gratefully received by the voluntary organisation. (For details see inside the booklet).

Updated with new image via Only Sequel on 25th August 2010.

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. muslimness
    Aug 27, 2010 @ 03:16:40

    🙂 Yayy promoting the organic people! Arwa, remind me to remind you to remind me to get together abt our eco-stuff. InshaAllah. 🙂

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  2. arwafreelance
    Aug 25, 2010 @ 12:52:33

    Salam Muzammal,
    Thanks for your comment and pointing out the image issues which have now been rectified! Hope you enjoy looking around the rest of the blog.
    Arwa

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  3. Muzammal Hussain
    Aug 25, 2010 @ 12:29:38

    Thank you for publicising the Wisdom In Nature photo-booklet and the kind remarks – much appreciated. However, please would you note the image copyright limits pointed out on p.ii of the booklet, which also clarifies the copyright holder. It might be easiest, if you wanted to put up an image, to simply put an image of the booklet cover. Thanks 🙂

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  4. Muzammal Hussain
    Aug 25, 2010 @ 12:29:12

    Thank you for publicising the Wisdom In Nature photo-booklet and the kind remarks – much appreciated. However, please would you note the image copyright limits pointed out on p.ii of the booklet, which also clarifies the copyright holder. It might be easiest, if you wanted to put up an image, to simply put a link to the booklet cover. Thanks 🙂

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