The Centre for the Study of Islam, School of Religious & Theological Studies in the UK at Cardiff University was commissioned by Botanic Gardens Conservation International to undertake research on Islamic Gardens in the UK, and especially ways in which their design and ethos might amplify messages about biodiversity conservation and sustainability to Muslims. The title of the project managed by Mark Bryant, Researcher at the centre is “Islamic Gardens in the UK: dynamics of conservation, culture and communities”
IFEES are pleased to have been consultants to this project which was the first significant research project on the environment conducted amongst British Muslims.
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