Justice forms one of the hallmarks of Islamic teachings and guides economic and financial transactions. Further, the overall aim of Shariah is to promote welfare or benefit and prevent harm. This implies that economic transactions should also not cause unnecessary harm to the environment. As the main part of Islamic finance, Islamic social finance in the form of zakat, waqf and sadaqah, are important parts of Islamic economies. These Islamic social finance instruments represent compassion and benevolence in finance.