We can make individual efforts by bring our own Zero-Trash Iftar Kits to community iftars, but our masajid/mosques also need to make systemic changes during Ramadan to proactively minimize waste and encourage a community-wide effort.
This infographic highlights 10 easy ways your masjid, Ramadan committee, or Green Team can make masjid iftars more sustainable this Ramadan and all year long.
Ramadan Mubarak! Green Ramadan’s Zero-Trash Iftar Kits are now just $21.99. Every item in your Zero-Trash Iftar Kit still includes reusable, responsibly-made, and sustainable dinnerware that will help you make a positive and sustainable impact during the blessed month of Ramadan.
You’re still getting a stainless steel divided food tray, a bamboo fork, knife and spoon, a BPA-free tumbler with straw, a cloth napkin, and a reusable bag to carry it all.
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.