Islamic Environment Ministers meeting in Tunisia, Oct 5-6

Tunisia will host a conference of Islamic environment ministers in early October to look at how environmental issues can be impacted from a governmental perspective. The 4th Islamic environment ministers conference will receive participants and ministers from over 30 organizations and countries, a statement from the conference said.

“We believe that the environment and Islam can work together and would be a huge step toward creating a unified Islamic position on green ideas, “Adnan Binham, an Indonesian environment ministry official, told Bikya Masr. He hopes that through a more concerted effort, Islamic countries can “formulate a policy that will push the environment debate back to the top of agendas.”

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