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Mind, Heart, and Nature ♦ Human beings And coundess beings That inhabit water and land Reel under the yoke of physical pain Caused by malevolent diseases. Their minds are dulled By sloth, stupor, and ignorance. The joys of the body and spirit Are far, far away. We needlessly pollute The fair bosom of our M other Earth, Rip out her trees to feed our short-sighted greed, Turning fertile land into sterile desert. The interdependent nature O f the external environment And people s inward nature, Described in the.
If the Earth’s average temperature increases by two to three degrees centigrade more than the pre-industrial level, we will trigger a hostile climate breakdown. — Dalai Lama X I V 1 oday the world economy is seven times as large as it was in 1950. Economic growth and increasing fossil fuel combustion have become inseparable. Within half a century, the Earth’s atmosphere has been radically changed by mass trans fer of fossil carbon from deep below the planet’s surface. Electricity power stations account for 25 percent o f carbon emissions, as does deforestation.
We know that carbon diox I ide levels are rising dangerously in the atmosphere leading to unprecedented increases in the average temperature of the planet. The Earth s great stores of ice— the Arctic, the Antarctic, and the Tibetan plateau— have begun to melt. Devastating sea level rises and severe water shortages could result this century. These threatening devel opments are drastic and shocking. It is hard to imagine all this actually happening in our lifetime, and in the lives of our children.
A Buddhist Response to the Climate Emergency by John Stanley, Visit Amazon's David R. Loy Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, David R. Loy, , Gyurme Dorje