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Nature and Spirit Reunion

On October 23, 2014 By

REVIEW BY BRIAN COVERT

“There is much work to be done—not only in “saving the Earth,” as the mantra of the environmental movement goes, but also in saving ourselves and our own souls in the process.”

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Satish Kumar in Kyoto

On February 4, 2012 By

JOHN EINARSEN, STEWART WACHS AND LYE TUCK-PO

Sometimes I came across a tree which seemed like a Buddha or a Jesus: loving, compassionate, still, unambitious, enlightened, in eternal meditation, giving pleasure to a pilgrim…

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If Edo Could Do It…

On December 13, 2011 By

HISTORY/ECOLOGY
BY JULIAN BAMFORD

In Edo itself, at the time the only city of a million people in the world, a crowded population is served by a system of underground wooden water pipes that gravity-feed “wells”…

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Nature and Culture in Japan

On November 30, 2011 By

VALUES
BY ALLAN G. GRAPARD

Japanese cultural tradition hides a vast storehouse of notions and practices that may be helpful in establishing a culturally-grounded eco-philosophy…

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Arne Naess in Kyoto

On September 24, 2011 By

BY RICHARD EVANOFF

Ecosophy – an ecological worldview first mapped out by ARNE NAESS – provides the philosophical underpinnings for the movement through a wholistic synthesis of spiritual, political and environmental perspectives.

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