Faraz Khan is an American Muslim social activist and a thinker who holds a M.A. in liberal arts from Thomas Edison State College, NJ and a B.A. degree in Environmental Geology from Rutgers University, NJ. He is a frequent speaker on Islamic Ecotheology and Environmental Ethics in Islam on various college campuses in the US. Aside from his professional career as a wetland scientist for Land Use Regulation for the State of New Jersey, his interest lies in Islamic art, history, philosophy, environmental ethics, and sharia’. He recently conducted interviews with American Muslim scholars and artists on the environmental activism ThinkAsGreen.blogspot.com.