01 Sep '11, 1pm

Non-Violence, Service & The Path: Jainism, Sikhism and Daoism on the Environment - Treehugger

The following post is part of an ongoing series of posts briefly outlining how the world's major religions have traditionally viewed the environment and are putting those beliefs into practice today. In previous posts in this serious we've focused on how the largest of the world's religions regard the environment and environmentalism. But that leaves out a good number of ancient and influential paths, ways of viewing the world, that still are relevant and active today. It's by no means intended as an exhaustive list (no offence is intended if your path has been omitted) and the presentation will be briefer than the already thumbnail views previously presented. Here's how Jainism, Sikhism and Daoism have traditionally viewed humanity's relationship with the natural world:

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