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Monday, 16 January 2017 10:00

Islam and sustainable growth

Sustainable development (SD) gained traction in the 1960s due to heightened apprehensions over crucial issues of human survival. The key question asked was: Are we moving towards a sustainable future considering the poverty trap, human dignity deficit, HIV/lethal diseases and ecological degradation?.....................Download the full article in pdf attachment (below)

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Pancaran matahari yang mengandungi cahaya dan haba adalah sumber penting membekalkan tenaga kepada kehidupan di Bumi.  Tenaga suria ini tidak terhad kepada tumbuhan untuk melakukan proses fotosintesis, malah ia juga berguna untuk manusia menjana tenaga elektrik.  Sumber tenaga ini mudah didapati, sangat banyak, berterusan, bersih, percuma dan mesra alam.  Ia mempunyai kelebihan dalam menangani kekurangan penjana kuasa konvensional berasaskan bahan api fosil yang bergantung kepada sumber arang batu yang terhad......................Download the full article in pdf attachment (below)

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Tuesday, 22 November 2016 11:00

Solar energy can improve nation's wellbeing

Solar radiation from the sun is an important source of life since it contains basic energy in the form of light and heat. Solar energy is not only limited to plants to carry out the photosynthesis process, it can also generate electricity. The resource is abundant, clean, free, replenishable naturally and environmentally friendly.....................Download the full article in pdf attachment (below)

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Modern man learns the wisdom of ecological equilibrium and environmental health the bitter way. It is also the expensive way. Not until he has seen with his own eyes the bitter fruits of his scientific and technological culture and of his extravagant life style does he come to realize how important ecological equilibrium and environmental health are to the survival of humankind on earth. The names of these bitter fruits are environmental pollution and ecological disasters. The modern industrialized West became the first sector of humanity in history to taste these bitter fruits, just as it was the first to have planted the “forbidden tree of secular knowledge” that had borne these fruits. It was most unfortunate for humanity that the rest of the world, including Muslim societies, had uncritically followed the footsteps of the West in planting and cultivating the same tree and reaping its fruits......... Download the full article in pdf attachment (below) size 4.0MB


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