Buddhism in the Face of the Population Crisis / Conservation in Buddhist Perspective (2 essays)

Author: Douglas M. Burns
No of Pages: 33
Year of Publication: 2011
File Size: 600 KB
Permission: Available through the generosity of the Buddhist Publication Society.
Blurb: ESSAY 1: There was no over population in the Buddha's time but he did promote restraint and kindness. Buddhist slant on this issue is laid out. ESSAY 2: Buddhism promotes compassion. This can apply to animals and to their habitats so that they have a safe home.