In this book, which is the seventh book in the Pocket Books series, which covers the basic institutions and issues of Islamic economics, the subject of environment and ecology has been tried to be explained in a content that can be easily understood by people of all levels, rather than a theoretical depth. Today, capitalism is largely abstracted from moral values. It sees the damages as human, global warming and environmental disasters. Islamic economics, which is shaped within the framework of the principles of the religion of Islam, rises as an alternative to these corrupt production relations based on exploiting human and nature. According to the religion of Islam, the vicegerent of Allah on earth is man. According to the human model defined by Islamic economics, which is shaped within the framework of Islamic principles, nature should be seen as a trust from the creator, all living and non-living beings should be respected, and economic activities with ethical values should be carried out, not production-consumption oriented. In this sense, the book approaches the subject of ecology and environment from the perspective of Islamic economics and offers solutions on the subject.