Pollution is amongst the greatest issue faced by all the nations around the globe. It is the contamination of air, water, and soil. There are many elements both natural and human-made that are contributing factors and as a result, our environment is not as clean as it should be. Dust storms, rotting of vegetables, volcanic eruptions, etc. are the natural phenomena that release dust particles and poisonous gases into the environment. On the other hand, the burning of fuels in vehicles and industries and many other activities are releasing poisonous compounds into the environment. Human activities are the main cause of polluting the globe and due to it all livening organism and the entire planet is suffering. The increasing rate of the greenhouse effect and ozone depletion is increasing the average temperature of the Earth. Global warming is thus a threat to life on Earth. Trees are one of the Earth’s greatest natural resources. They bring favorable changes in the climate of an area. Due to deforestation, the ecosystem is destroyed. Islam teaches us to make our environment clean. Allah loves those who are pure. Our Holy Nabi (ﷺ) declared cleanliness as half of faith and order the Muslims to grow more trees. To mitigate environmental pollution, all of us are responsible for keeping the environment clean. The individuals, the organizations and the government must share their responsibility to check the activities which cause pollution. The analytical research methodology will be adopted in this study. This study concludes that it is our mutual responsibility to make our environment clean and pleasant. Therefore we should grow more trees and avoid those activities which cause pollution.
Keywords: Pollution, Teaching of Islam, Measures, Precautions, Seerat-un-Nabi (PBUH)