Greenpeace staff help distribute food wrapped in banana leaves and drinks in reusable bottles at a mosque during Iftar. Photo: Greenpeace
Greenpeace staff help distribute food wrapped in banana leaves and drinks in reusable bottles at a mosque during Iftar. Photo: Greenpeace
Indonesia

Rooted in faith: Islam’s role in Indonesia’s environmental fight

  • Awareness of issues such as plastic pollution and sustainability has grown in Indonesia, thanks to local initiatives and Muslim clerics
  • The concept of people as khalifah, or caretakers, of the earth has helped spread the message about protecting the environment

Greenpeace staff help distribute food wrapped in banana leaves and drinks in reusable bottles at a mosque during Iftar. Photo: Greenpeace
Greenpeace staff help distribute food wrapped in banana leaves and drinks in reusable bottles at a mosque during Iftar. Photo: Greenpeace
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