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This blog is to be a one-stop shop for all that is happening in the Green Muslim world. All the latest news, views and reviews will be featured alongside profiles of green Muslim organisations and bloggers!

There are alot of great things happening in the Muslim world with regards to environmental-awareness but it’s scattered all over the place! That’s where a World of Green Muslims comes in and hopefully it will turn into a diverse, and vibrant melting pot for everything green and Islamic.

From eco-art, ethical fashion to greening Hajj and solar power- A World of Green Muslims- will post it all. This blog also hopes to be a great resources for curious Muslims hoping to go a little greener and highlight Islam’s green message.

If you feel that A World of Green Muslims has missed a great story, product or organisation just drop us an email at:  aworldofgreenmuslims[at] yahoo.com and we’ll do our best to rectify it!

Jzakallah khair!

Arwa Aburawa

Muslim Community and the Environment

  • Muslims making up one-fifth of the world’s population. Co-ordinated action among them toward a greener planet could have a profound impact on easing global warming woes
  • The ecological footprint of the Muslim world is far less than that of the Northern developed nations. Some ecologists have suggested that the developed world has much to learn from Muslim cultures about sustainable living
  • 70 percent of the total of 1.4 billion Muslim population throughout the world live in the eastern part of the world and in countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines, which are very vulnerable to the impacts of climate change

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Eric
    Feb 02, 2017 @ 09:45:24

    Hello,

    How are you? I was raised a farm boy reverted to Islam.

    Welcome or congrats fellow eco environmentalists. I want to include some annuity or payment for donating to your group.

    Do you have a NGO 501c3 organization?

    Let me know I want to set up donations and help you fundraise and kick start your work further.

    As well as ask you to put these donations to a recycling or sustainable Zakat framework including charity work in agriculture.

    Similar to the permaculture projects increasing safe organic farming and nutrition.

    Please let me know soon. Hope it is going to all to get blessed.

    Take care and Best Regards,

    Muhammad Abdullah

    Reply

  2. Ziyaad Lorgat
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 18:45:10

    ?green conference

    Reply

  3. Ziyaad Lorgat
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 18:44:40

    Excellent post , mash’Allah
    Very timely as I’m researching architectural forms for some third world community projects I’m working on right now. Hassan Fathy is on my list of pioneers as is Nadhir Khalili, the Iranian architect.
    I aim to continue to voice the opinion that we don’t have to follow the modern building methods and mud, as can be seen of the Grand mosque of Djenne, Mali, can last for generations.

    Reply

  4. Faraz Khan
    Sep 22, 2011 @ 20:36:43

    Could you please contact me directly regarding the upcoming green conference.

    Reply

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