James Lovelock is an English chemist, doctor, author and scientific instrument developer. A man is well known by many people nevertheless, few understand the importance of Lovelock groundbreaking work as a scientist and environmentalist
The greatest environmentalists of all time. The story of Buddha, Gandhi, Einstein, Næss and Lovelock.
Buddha, the greatest environmentalist, discusses Buddhism Ethics. Buddha’s great wisdom and the philosophy describe a world in which all creatures have the equal right to live. Do not kill any living beings, people, animals, forest and mountains. A philosophy followed by great thinkers such as Gandhi, Einstein and Næss. Buddhism Ethics have a vast influence on modern environmentalism
The third post in the series The greatest environmentalists is dedicated a small, nevertheless, great man Gandhi was able to free India from the British Empire without the use of violence. Gandhi with his Chakra spinning wheel became the symbol of peaceful resistance
In the series the greatest Original Environmentalist, we are entering modern times and two of the greatest thinkers ever lived finally meets with a time span of 2500 years, Albert Einstein meets Prince Siddhartha Gautama, who known as The Buddha (the one that is enlightened according to Indian languages Pāli and Sanskrit). Einstein shared the same view on humanity and philosophies that everything is interconnected
Nevertheless, my choice is not known by the masses of people. However, his work is already extremely important and become mandatory for teaching in schools and universities about environmentalism, sustainability and Eco living. A. Næss fundamental work will become basic foundation because deep ecology keep asking questions such as why and how to make Earth safe and joy able, keep biological diversity including grassland, mountains and seas.
The Originals Environmentalist is a story about the green movement from early Hinduism to 1970’s politically oriented environmentalism. In a series in of post presenting the eco phiopsophy of Buddha, Gandhi, Albert Einstein and Arne Næss. Did their view and style influence todays looks and trends?