KUALA LUMPUR – From crowded mosques during Friday prayers to classrooms at thousands of Islamic boarding schools, Indonesian Muslim leaders have been urged to use their sermons and influence to boost conservation efforts and win over climate change skeptics.
The country’s leading Muslim representatives gathered last month at Southeast Asia’s largest mosque, the Istiqlal in the capital Jakarta, to discuss ways to raise awareness of global warming and develop climate solutions related to climate change. Islamic teachings.
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