Here is a list of sites for further exploration and investigation. This list is by no means exhaustive. For more, see the Engaged Projects page. The Forum on Religion and Ecology does not support or endorse any organizations listed here or in the Engaged Projects. Links are provided as possible research opportunities.


Islam and the Environment

Alliance of Religions and Conservation: Faith and Ecology: Islam

Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Science (IFEES)

Islam and single-use plastics: Appealing to Indonesia’s Muslims

Pesantren Ath-Thariq: A Meeting Point in Interreligious Dialogue and Agro-Ecology

Indonesia combines Islam with environmental activism

Indonesians use Koran to teach environmentalism


Muslims and climate change: How Islam, Muslim organizations, and religious leaders influence climate change perceptions and mitigation activities
By Jens Koehrsen. WIREs Climate Change. February 24, 2021.

Islam and the Environment: Ethics and Practice an Assessment
By Fazlun Khalid. Religion Compass 4.11 (2010): 707–716.


Header photo: Muslim dancers at the Iranian award ceremony for Mary Evelyn Tucker