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Islam and the Environment

Books:

Abdul-Matin, Ibrahim. Green Deen: What Islam Teaches about Protecting the Planet. New York: Berrett-Koehler, 2010.
Foltz, Richard. Animals in Islamic Tradition and Muslim Cultures. London: Oneworld, 2006.
Ozdemir, Ibrahim. The Ethical Dimension of Human Attitude towards Nature: A Muslim Perspective. Istanbul: Insan Publications, 2008.
Tlili, Sarra. Animals in the Qur'an. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012.


Websites, Articles, Newsletters and Other Publications:

Alliance of Religions and Conservation. Faith and Ecology: Islam
Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Science (IFEES). EcoIslam Newsletter.
Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Science (IFEES). Muslim Green Guide to Reducing Climate Change. [PDF]
Khalid, Fazlun. Islam and the Environment – Ethics and Practice an Assessment. Religion Compass 4.11 (2010): 707–716.
Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre (RISSC). The Holy Qur'an and the Environment.
Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre (RISSC). Islam, Christianity and the Environment.


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