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

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

Topic |   Indonesia
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
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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