Check out this interview with green activist Sarrah AbuLughod and the work she does with Green Muslims in DC as part of a movement to help American Muslims change their habits to take action against climate change. This is not your typical interview because it’s in graphic format making for both an informative and fun read.
If you’re looking to get serious about becoming a Green Muslim one day at a time, or you need relevant information for a community presentation or khutba, Green Muslims‘s Ramadan Toolkit provides daily spiritual insights and practical tips on how to create sustainable habits that will pave a rewarding path to the next Ramadan, inshaAllah.
A Green Ramadan is an opportunity to remember and respect our planet which, through the grace of Allah, provides us with the sustenance with which we nourish our bodies and community spirit during a month of fasting. Interacting mindfully with our environment is simply a manifestation of faith. As we refrain from food and drink this blessed Ramadan, let us reaffirm our sense of self-restraint and accountability to the Creator, the Provider of Sustenance.
Over the next few weeks on GreenRamadan.com you’ll find 10 ways to green your Ramadan, ranging from the spiritual to the practical.
What ways do you keep your Ramadan green in your homes, masajid and communities?