Topic: Eco-Islam

Young Iraqi volunteers take part in a cleanup campaign on the banks of the Tigris River, a rare environmental project in the war-battered country (photo: Sabah ARAR AFP)

Iraq's clean-up ambassadors

Tigris makeover as first green projects take root

View of a lake, with mountains behind and an island in the middle distance (photo: Qantara)

Iran’s disappearing wetlands

Celebrating iftar during Ramadan

Reduce waste of all kinds this Ramadan

Stray cat stares at a takeaway menu in Istanbul, Turkey (photo: Volkan Kisa)

Cat capital Istanbul

What to do about Turkey's strays?

Climate campaigner Muwafaq Mubareka (right) with his cousin Ali in the tree nursery in the south of Baghdad. Where there used to be orange groves, trees are now growing for the reforestation of Iraq (photo: Birgit Svensson)

Climate heroes in Iraq

A life for the trees

Rickshaws in Dhaka, Bangladesh (photo: Dominik Muller)

Dhaka: rickshaw capital of the world

Refuelling with hydrogen (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/S. Gollnow)

Green hydrogen in Saudi Arabia

From oil giant to green powerhouse?

Industrial water pollution in Kasserine, January 2017 (photo: Raoudha Gafrej)

Water shortage in the Maghreb

Climate change and Tunisia's water management challenge

"Those who show mercy, will be blessed by the Merciful", design in honour of Barg ou Ra'd and his cats by Saudi graphic designer and illustrator, Heba Salahuddine (© Heba Salahuddine)

Farewell to a Saudi animal rights activist

"You see me in the eyes of cats, and I see you"

Safiyya and Azem Abu Daqqa, both qualified agricultural engineers, inspect seedlings in their greenhouse (photo: Afaq)

Private initiatives in Gaza

For a brighter future ... despite the blockade

A beach clean-up in Alexandria, Egypt, organised by the Banlastic Egypt Initiative (photo: Banlastic Egypt)

Environmental protection in Egypt

Did you enjoy your plastic meal today?

Residents of Zagora protest water shortages in 2017 (photo: Ilhalm Al-Talbi)

Water shortage in the Maghreb

Morocco's thirst revolution and the luxury of watermelons

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