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Consumption and environment: A sustainable perspective

Authors: Editor: Most Ven.Dr. Thich Nhat Tu
The world today is suffering from a crisis of consumerism. Buddhist perspective on overconsumption and its negative affects towards society and environment are the central focus of this book. Such human tendency for overconsumption impacts the entire force of nature and the environment.
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The world today is suffering from a crisis of consumerism. Buddhist perspective on overconsumption and its negative affects towards society and environment are the central focus of this book. Such human tendency for overconsumption impacts the entire force of nature and the environment. How Buddhist principles guide us to live responsibly and mindfully for sustainable development that leads to a better life, with least effect on environment and society, is the role model recommended in this book. This book contains 16 essays on this topic presented by Buddhist researchers. Some typical articles include: 1. "Buddhist approach to responsible consumption and sustainable development" by Ven. Sumedh Thero. 2. "Vanaropa (Forestation): An application of Buddhist teachinhs for the problem of deforestation" by Ven. Rangama Chandawimala Thero. 3. "Sustainable Earth for Sustainable Humanity: Buddhonomics approach" by Chandan Kumar...

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Authors Editor: Most Ven.Dr. Thich Nhat Tu
Translators N/A
Languages English
Publisher Hong Duc
Associate Publisher Xunhasaba
ISBN/ISSN 9786048986247
Weight 0.0000
Origin Publications in Vietnam
Dimension 16 x 24
Pages 204
Year 2019
Format Paperback
Store name Export Department

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