New article by faith-inspired sustainability specialist Kamran Shezad : Keeping the faith

Some of you may remember Kamran who did the Plenary talk at the AECB conference 2019
Islam & Sustainability: from green initiatives in Birmingham to Ecovillages in Tanzania

Kamran is a qualified environmental specialist with practical field and managerial experience in sustainable development extending over 17 years. He is a strong advocate of empowering communities to guide behavioural change to promote the message of environment and sustainability. He holds a master’s degree in Environmental Sustainability (Strategy & Management), is a chartered environmentalist, and a full member of the Institute for Environmental Management & Assessment (IEMA).
Kamran holds the sustainability portfolio for the Bahu Trust and is Climate Change Advisor to the Mosques & Imams National Advisory Board (MINAB)

Kamran Shezad and Chris Seekings consider the role religion can play in tackling climate change and environmental breakdown. What inspires and mobilises faith communities around the world towards climate action? How are faith based organisations inspiring their communities to tackle the environmental crisis that we are facing today. The article was published in this month’s edition of the TRANSFORM Magazine.

TRANSFORM is a magazine for environment and sustainability professionals, published by the Institute for Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA). It is the leading title for professionals working in, and committed to, environment and sustainability around the globe. The title has a solid market reputation and strong and guaranteed readership, with a constant supply of rich content topics and leads, significant commercial potential and the opportunity to create a global social media following. It promotes innovation, collaboration and how technology/data solutions can support individual, corporate, regional, national and international goals.