James Lovelock is an English chemist, doctor, author and scientific instrument developer. A man well known by many people nevertheless, few understand the importance of Lovelock groundbreaking work as a scientist and environmentalist. Read more.
The world is in an ecological crisis. All around the world are signals of a globe in trouble, melting ice, extreme weather; the disappearing rain forest Companies and wealthy investors put their money in water resources rather than oil. We are obligated to rethink past actions. The big question is how shall these problems be solved? Can Buddhism contribute with fresh ideas for a successful sustainable future?
There is an honest connection between Buddhism and the environment; when looking at the quotes from Buddha and thousands alike about the Buddhism wisdom; it is clearly discovered that nature is present in numerous parts of his teachings
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Buddha the greatest environmentalist discuss Buddhism Ethics. Buddhas 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