Green Muslims is one of many Muslim and faith-based groups around the US that are involved in efforts to build stewardship in our communities. Check out the list below to learn more about these organizations and initiatives currently underway in the Muslim community related to the environment.
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Beyond Halal is a website dedicated to exploring questions related to Islamic ethics and food. Halal is the Arabic word for permissible, and in dietary law it is used to refer to foods that are permitted for Muslims to eat.
Founded in January 2010, Creative Muslims promotes Muslim inspired social good. We feature Muslim Americans who exemplify a positive image of Islam through their contributions to the community, the web, arts, multimedia, entrepreneurship, technology, and social media. We’re sharing how people, ideas, projects and communities are embracing the pillars of the Islamic faith to spread social good.
The eco muslim is part of Zaufishan Iqbal’s eco jihad™, a greener effort to make the Earth that tiny bit purer to live in. Or at least, a wee bit sparklier for the day after tomorrow.
Blog about green, healing, halal living.
Our mission is to help people of faith understand that issues of ecology and economy—of care for Creation—are at the forefront of social justice.
Faith & the Common Good is an initiative asking Canadians what values we believe should form our communities – small and large. Faith & the Common Good is intentionally being inter-faith and inter-cultural in its organisation and objectives because this is Canada now, and increasingly will be in our future. To live inter-faith/inter-culturally in a spirit of the common good is our vision for Canada.
GreenFaith is an interfaith coalition for the environment that was founded in 1992. We work with houses of worship, religious schools and people of all faiths to help them become better environmental stewards.
The Green Muslims of New Jersey is a community organization created by a group of Muslims in central Jersey who were concerned about the negative impacts to the environment during Ramadan. We aim to educate people about the importance of environmental stewardship, or “going green”, in Islam and implement ideas and strategies to solve problems regarding waste and over consumption.
Green Prophet is a sustainable voice for green news on the Middle East region. A region with sweeping changes and immense opportunities for sustainable investment and growth, we cover a vast and unexplored territory from Morocco to Iran.
The mission of Interfaith Power & Light is to be faithful stewards of Creation by responding to global warming through the promotion of energy conservation, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. This campaign intends to protect the earth’s ecosystems, safeguard the health of all Creation, and ensure sufficient, sustainable energy for all.
Khaleafa.com is a website devoted to reigniting the discourse surrounding the Islamic approach to environmentalism from a Muslim-Canadian perspective.
Interfaith Power & Light (MD•DC•NoVA) works with hundreds of congregations of all faiths across Maryland, DC, and Northern Virginia to save energy, go green, and respond to climate change.
My Halal Kitchen is a halal food and cooking blog featuring culinary tips and healthy halal recipes anyone can make and demonstrating how any cuisine can be made halal.
Guided by biblical teaching, the Partnership seeks to encourage people of faith to weave values and programs of care for God’s creation throughout the entire fabric of religious life.
Wisdom In Nature (WIN) is an ecological & community activism group guided by Islamic principles. It is open to people of all faiths and beliefs, and has a presence in London & Brighton. WIN engages in a transformative approach to ecological and community activism.
The Youth Green Team is an environmental advocacy group that was founded by Salah Assana with one goal “To Inspire Youth To Make The World A Greener Place”. We hope that all the youth of the world will join our movement towards saving the earth.