Bio-divinity and Biodiversity: Perspectives on Religion and Environmental Conservation in India

@inproceedings{Tomalin2004BiodivinityAB,
  title={Bio-divinity and Biodiversity: Perspectives on Religion and Environmental Conservation in India},
  author={E. Tomalin},
  year={2004}
}
Religious environmentalists argue that religious traditions teach that the Earth is sacred and that this has traditionally served to exert control over how people interact with the natural world. However, while the recognition of "bio-divinity" is a feature of many religious traditions, including Hinduism, this is to be distinguished from religious environmentalism which involves the conscious application of religious ideas to modern concerns about the global environment. Religious… Expand
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