Spiritual solutions for environmental challenges: How faith principles could shape policy and law making in the East African Community -Alex Tamei

Climate change has been an issue of great concern for the entire world for the past few years. In the East African region, extreme weather events such as drought and flooding have been occurring with greater intensity and frequency, associated with the climatic variability phenomenon of the El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO). The great variability...

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The role of Islam in advocating for planting of trees

Nadya Rashid It is a charitable donation when a Muslim plants a tree or grows crops and a bird, human beings or cattle eat from it'. Prophet Muhammad Pbuh[1] What happens when the lungs of a human being fail to perform their function causing the inhalation and exhalation process to stop? Many people will say the chances of mortality are high and th...

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Harnessing the power of youth groups in the promotion of environmental action in African Global South states through faith-based organisations

Loraine Chemutai Koskei Religion in most states in the Global South is a family affair. Our parents and guardians influence our religions from birth. Often, one does not choose their religion, they follow their parents' religion. Growing up in an African household, church was non-negotiable every Sunday. That was how I found myself a Christian, my ...

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Wastefulness in environmental degradation: Seeking a new approach to environmental education based on faith values

By Nadya Rashid ' Indeed, the wasteful are brothers of the devils, and ever has Satan been to his Lord ungrateful.' Quran, 17:7[1] 'Environment', what a familiar word! I had known, not just the spelling of this word, but also its meaning and Kiswahili name; 'mazingira' as early as I was a class one pupil. I learned this word through dictation becau...

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Spiritual solutions for environmental challenges: How faith principles could shape policy and law making in the East African Community Alex Tamei

Climate change has been an issue of great concern for the entire world for the past few years. In the East African region, extreme weather events such as drought and flooding have been occurring with greater intensity and frequency, associated with the climatic variability phenomenon of the El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO). The great variability...

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Spiritual solutions for environmental challenges: how faith principles could shape policy and lawmaking in the East African Community

By Alex Tamei Climate change has been an issue of great concern for the entire world for the past few years. In the East African region, extreme weather events such as drought and flooding have been occurring with greater intensity and frequency, associated with the climatic variability phenomenon of the El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO). The gre...

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Catholic theology on environmental protection and integral human development –Laudato Si

Rev. Odomaro Mubangizi (PhD)* Introduction The current crisis of climate change has challenged disciplines to traverse traditional barriers in intellectual discourse. This is largely because no single discipline can address the multilayered issues involved with climate change. Catholic theology is not spared this paradigm shift in intellectual disc...

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The role of students in faith-based environmental action

By. Caroline Kibii Environmental researcher and consultant. Faith and environment are two seemingly distant and unrelated entities. In reality, they are interrelated, dependent, and influence each other. Faith has a direct connection with nature and natural resources despite the stark variation in approaches, ideologies and values. Whether Islam, C...

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