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Unique approaches to environmental education

In the future, environmental education will be increasingly important as no one wants to see the journey to sustainable environment being plagued by ignorance, nature deficit, environmental illiteracy and a selfish attitude. With the rise of environmental issues that have the potential to compromise the needs of future generations, we will need young people to be the change-makers, open to regional collaborations and proficient bearers of socio-ecological knowledge. Young people today have to be involved in environmental education programmes that foster caring communities while making a difference to our environment........................Download the full article in pdf attachment (below)

 

 

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Quotable Quotes

A poor man is like a foreigner in his own country (Sayyidina Ali ibn Abi Talib).

Humour Without Malice

This is a real incident from Trinidad. Seeing the success of a halal meat grocery store owner, a neighboring meat store owner with a different faith decides to introduce halal meat in his own store. He puts up a huge sign on his shop saying "Halal Meat, Found Here". Curious, some Muslims decide to find out how the meat was halal. When the owner was asked where he gets the halal meat from, he says that he slaughters the animal by himself. Surprised, the Muslism ask, and what do you say when you slaughter. He says, "I say 'Halal' and cut the animal".

Hikmah

The Muslims are like a firm foundation, each strengthening the other; in such manner they mutually support one another. (hadith)

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