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Document Type(s):Book Chapter
Book Title:Purifying the Earthly Body of God: Religion and Ecology in Hindu India
Article/Chapter Title:Toward an Indigenous Indian Environmentalism
Editor(s):Nelson, Lance
Author(s):Chapple, Christopher Key
Religion(s):Jainism
Publisher Name:State University of New York Press
Place of Publication:Albany, N.Y.
Date of Publication:1998
Annotation:Chapple shows a distinctly South Asian environmental rhetoric consisting of rural and working-class movements as well as grassroots urban activism. He describes tribal, Post-Gandhian, and renouncer models of environmentalism in addition to outlining specifically Buddhist, Jaina, and Yogic inspired environmentalism. Utilizing a systems approach, and stressing the need for a modern program of education in India, Chapple seeks to maintain caution against the potential negative influences of modernization on traditional Indian culture and civilization.
   
 
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