Harfiyah Haleem is one of the leading Muslim environmental activists in the UK. She is editor of a book of essays on Islam and the Environment (Ta Ha Publishers 1998) and co-author of Sharing Eden, a book of green teachings and practical hints on sustainable living from the Abrahamic faiths (Conservation Foundation and Kube Publishers 2012). She is a regular reviewer for the Muslim World Book Review. She has also written khutbah (sermon) notes for imams and leaflet texts and has helped to run sustainable living and recycling projects in the London area, where she is a Director of the Muslim Women’s Collective, Tower Hamlets. She is in demand as a speaker and also runs children’s workshops on environmental themes.