"Environmentalism presented authentically through an Islamic perspective." - review on Amazon
Muslims are compelled by their religion to praise their Creator, pray, fast and give charity - but what is not widely known is that there are deep and long-standing connections between Islamic teachings and environmentalism.
Abdul-Matin offers dozens of examples of how Muslims can follow, and already are following, a Green Deen in four areas: waste, watts (energy), water and food.
“Ibrahim blends his passion for a green economy, his love and understanding of faith, and a deep commitment to justice in this book.”
—Van Jones, founder, Green for All
Format: Paperback, 264 pages