Around 3 million Muslims, from all around the world, go to Hajj each year.

This huge influx of people can affect the environment and put a strain on local ecosystems in terms of generated waste, overconsumption, and carbon footprint. Yet, a chance presents itself to pilgrims every year to play a crucial role in minimizing the environmental impact this trip has in line with Muslim values of stewardship, balance, and wisdom. Pilgrims can practice sustainable behaviors, such as reducing waste, conserving water and energy, and respecting the natural environment to preserve this blessing for future generations!

Our natural environment is a blessing from God. As people of faith, we are responsible during our periods of worship and our day-to-day life to protect the world around us.

10 Tips for an Eco-friendly 2024 Hajj Journey

We present to you 10 tips from “The Green Hajj and Umrah Guide” for an eco-friendly 2024 Hajj journey. We invite you, as pilgrims or people staying at home, to choose 3 tips and adopt them during the month of June.

“ Do not waste water even if you were at a running stream “ – Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) Sunan Ibn Majah 425
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Those who waste are the brothers of Satan, and Satan is most unthankful to His Lord. {Il-Israa, Verse 27)

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