{originally this website focused only on my environmental work; now changing it to cover different aspects of my focus – apologies for the mess during the refurbishment of this website}

For my full profile see my LinkedIn profile. I’m on the Management Team of the Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Sciences (IFEES), member of the IUCN (incl. webmaster of the website of the Cultural and Spiritual Values of Protected Areas [CSVPA] group), and active in faith and environment matters (e.g. founding member Perennial Collective, co-founded an award-winning Faith and Climate Change project in Birmingham, UK). On this blog I’ll generally focus on matters environmental and faith, especially using the two in the same sentence. I hope you enjoy, benefit from e.g. any suggestions and ideas to ‘go green’, to (re-) align our daily life with our duty to take care of Creation because: “He it is Who has placed you as viceroys of the earth and has exalted some of you in rank above others [some are rich/ poor; some are strong/ weak etc so each accountable to his/ her ability], that He may try you in the gifts He has given you. Your Lord is swift to requite (evil), and He verily is Forgiving, Merciful.” (Quran, chapter 6, verse 165) – my book ‘199 ways to please God, how to (re-)align your daily life with your duty of care for Creation’ is available (with PayPal, UK delivery; also via Amazon UK and Amazon US). For an idea what it’s about, check my summary.

Also check my profile on Academia.edu. Finances permitting, I would love to spend more time on a PhD on Islam & Environment: comparing the humanitarian aid principle of ‘do no harm’ with the Islamic principle of ‘la darar’ (do no harm) with regards to sustainable development. So far completed trio of LLM, MA (International Politics) and MSc (Development Management); I also have a Post-Graduate Diploma┬áin Environmental Policy and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Online and Distance Learning. In October 2016 I started a PhD on globalisation and surveillance (with focus on ethical issues in humanitarian aid).

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