Eureka! - Islam and Climate Change
Pak Din Syamsuddin, Chairman of the Indonesian Ulama Council Advisory Board
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Climate change. Policy makers are talking about it, the media has specific buzzwords every time a news story is being told, there are massive global conferences that dominate the news cycle — but the sad fact is that we’ve oversold climate science so much, that people switch off. But what about looking at it from a religious point of view. What does religion have to do with climate change? Quite a bit it seems.
To find out more, Ezra and Uma speak to Pak Din Syamsuddin, Chairman of the Indonesian Ulama Council Advisory Board and one of the Islamic leaders who called on the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims to take action on global warming last year.
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