We live in a challenging time; we cannot survive the next century continue as we have. The years ahead require a fundamental change towards a sustainable lifestyle; it will maybe take 20-30 years before an outcome is seen. Therefore, actions are required and can only be founded upon a spiritual approach whereof compassion is the most central value for a successful sustainable future.
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?
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
At the core of developing a sustainable design is to learn a basic set of values and understanding that things are interconnected
The difference between young and old, hippies or punk, local or global culture gets mixed and melts different elements together. We are more adaptable than ever, like chameleons we change, adapt and paste into every situation we face, anywhere at any time. Walking global media, units receive, sending and sort out information quicker and faster