THE ISLAM AND THE GREEN PARADIGM (A PROPOSED SOLUTION FROM ISLAMIC ECO-THEOLOGY FOR THE EAST KALIMANTAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS)
For years East Kalimantan has been one area that suffers from large deforestations. This condition worsens the ongoing global warming on earth. Based on critical documentary analysis, this article explains the conditions of East Kalimantan forest under different global and national political conditions. This article proposes social awareness raising among different stakeholders on environment using religious (Islamic) scholarly perspectives as one of many solutions to overcome further forest and environmental destruction.Keywords: Islamic Perspective, deforestation, East Kalimantan, and Global Warming
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