Religion in its most ideal form is seen as a powerful force to create ecological
transformations to succeeding generations that share similar religious beliefs.
This provides an interesting argument for enhancing their role in sustainability
transitions. Malaysia is a relevant geographical context in this regard since
almost all of its citizens formally embrace some kind of religious belief. This
paper aims to fill this gap by presenting theoretically informed empirical
insights on how a number of religious communities are currently creating
successful experiments in recycling within the context of an urban community
in Malaysia.

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Categories: Sosial, Sosioekonomi
Tags: Artikel Jurnal, Data Penerbitan, Sulit