191 pages, no illustrations
Provides an account of Islam's contribution to the environment debate, born from the 1992 Earth Summit.
It admirably and largely successfully attempts to avoid abstraction ... I would recommend the book. The Environmentalist "A pioneer work to be commended. The author is at his most persuasive in the chapters which concern Islamic law, economic justice, and public interest. The author is sympathetic to calls for Christianity and Islam to join together in combating modern materialistic trends which are causing long-term damage to the welfare of human beings." Journal of Contemporary Religion, Vol 6, No. 2, 2001
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