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Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Sciences

From tentative beginnings in the mid 1980's IFEES has established itself as perhaps the only internationally recognised body articulating the Islamic position on these matters and at the same time attempting to give practical manifestation to this.
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110 Morton Way
London , N14 7AJ
United Kingdom
Contact Person: Harfiyah Haleem
Phone: 44 20 8886 9952
Fax: 44 20 8245 0143
E-Mail: harfiyah@lamaan.com
Website: http://www.ifees.org

Detailed Information:
Our home planet Earth is undergoing rapid and sustained destruction of its eco-systems. This is giving rise to unacceptable levels of pollution, increasing damage to human habitations and ultimately threatening world-wide population disruption. Muslims comprise at least one fifth of the human community and they can contribute much to the thinking that is vital to re-evaluate the future direction of the human community and save its home for itself.

IFEES is a multi-dimensional organisation and its objectives include

    - Research and the dissemination of information

    - Producing teaching materials, books and journals

    - Training on practical and theoretical subjects

    - The setting up of an experimental centre focusing on land use and organic farming and also the development of alternative technology

IFEES networks world-wide with NGOs, international organisations, academic bodies and grass roots organisations and invites collaboration from and individuals from all persuasions who are also dedicated to the maintenance of the Earth as a healthy habitat for future generations of humankind as well as other living beings.

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