Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Science

Founding Year: 1994

Staff: 20


Fazlun Khalid (Founder)

A center for research on conservation practice that strives for the revival of Islamic environmental norms through programs designed to re-educate Muslims in Shariah-based conservation practices. IFEES networks globally with NGOs, international organizations, academic bodies, and grassroots organizations, and invites collaborative efforts with organizations and individuals who are dedicated to protecting the Earth for future generations.




Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Science contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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