Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Science

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The Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Science (IFEES) is an environmental organization founded in 1994 by Fazlun Khalid in Birmingham, England. The IFEES have produced a range of educational materials aimed at raising Muslims' awareness of environmental issues, and is involved in numerous conservation and education projects throughout the Muslim world, including "green audits" for mosques and a "Sustainable Living Islam summer camp. IFEES publishes a newsletter, EcoIslam, and has produced a film titled Clean Medina.[1] The Muslim Green Guide to Reducing Climate Change was published by IFEES in 2008.[2]

In 2005 IFEES worked with CARE International to bring a halt to dynamite fishing in Zanzibar,[3] and are currently conducting a tree-planting campaign in Indonesia called "Green Indonesia". [4]

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  1. ^ Anglostani (17 June 2009). "Clean Medinah 1". YouTube. Retrieved 9 October 2017. 
  2. ^ "British Charity Launches Climate Change Green Guide for Muslims". Retrieved 9 October 2017. 
  3. ^ "International Reporting Project". Retrieved 9 October 2017. 
  4. ^ "UK's Al-Maghrib Institute Plants Olive Trees for Palestine". Retrieved 9 October 2017. 

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