American Muslim Poll 2022: Causes of and Solutions to Climate Change

03 Nov 2022


Announced by the University of Pittsburgh:

Conversations about climate change and environmental justice aren’t new, and awareness and change campaigns on these topics are present in almost every community. But what about American Muslims? What are their views on this topic? Where do they stand on government regulation as a solution? And what does their faith have to do with it all?

For the first time, ISPU’s 2022 American Muslim Poll has research on this important topic. Join us this Thursday, November 3, at 3PM EST via Zoom, for a research presentation and panel discussion exploring views on causes of and solutions to climate change, and discussing the implications of these findings on Muslim and non-Muslim communities.

Webinar speakers:

· Meira Neggaz - Executive Director, ISPU

· Sevim Kalyoncu - Executive Director, Green Muslims

· Samra'a Luqman - Advocate and Community Activist, Concerned Residents for South Dearborn (CRSD)

· Kori Majeed - Founder, Green Ramadan

You won’t want to miss out on the opportunity to hear from industry experts and thought leaders on this timely, relevant topic. Register here.

This webinar is part of a series diving into American Muslim Poll findings. In the past months, we’ve also held webinar panels on views on abortion legality, civic engagement, and a general overview of the poll’s findings. You can view these webinar recordings on our Youtube channel.

Event Date: 
Thursday, November 3, 2022 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm
Sponsored By: 
Institute for Social Policy and Understanding