عنوان مقاله [English]
Most of the current environmental problems of the world are caused by the type of human relations with the environment and its phenomena. In other words, the world view of man (individual or society) determines the coordinates of the relationship between man and the environment. The geography of the divine worldview, which examines the dialectical relationship between religion and the environment, seeks to change the nature of the materialistic and unfair relationship between man and the environment. According to the religious worldview, people and societies should adopt a balanced and perfectionistic behavior in relation to the environment with religious values as the underlying principles of environmental policies. Islamic worldview, as one of the types of divine worldviews, compared to material worldviews, has a different view of man and the environment, the two fundamental aspects of geography and relationships. This worldview introduces the direction and characteristics of the relationship between man and the environment by applying the principles of justice, balance, harmony and reform and development of the earth.