Religious Attitudes and Actions to the Environment.

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  • Attitudes and Actions from Religion to the Environment.
    • Attitude.
      • Islam.
        • Stewardship.
          • God created the Earth for humans to take care of. God never gave the Earth to humans.
            • Cardinal Sin.
              • Pride.
            • Cardinal Virtue.
              • Islam.
                • Submission.
    • Attitude.
      • Christianity.
        • Dominion.
          • Instrumental Value of the environment.
            • Parable of the Talents.
              • God values those who take his creation and give it a teleological purpose.
          • Genesis.
            • 'Fill the earth and subdue it...'
              • 'Rule over the fish in the sea, the birds in the sky and the animals on the land.'
          • Free Will.
            • Arminianism.
              • Parable of the Talents.
                • God values those who take his creation and give it a teleological purpose.
    • Attitude.
      • Christianity.
        • Mosaic Covenant.
          • 10 Commandments
            • Do Not Worship False Idols.
              • Those who over protect the environment begin to worship the environment more than God.
                • Betrayal to God.
    • Attitude.
      • Buddhism.
        • Humans have a spiritual connection with the natural world.
          • Destroying of the natural world would cause suffering to humans.
        • Cycle of Rebirth.
        • Karma.
        • Nirvana.
        • Enlightenment.
    • Action.
      • Green Christian.
        • Lobbying.
        • Protest against any business/government doing environmental damage.
        • Raising awareness of the damage done to God's greatest creation.
    • Action.
      • Buddhism.
        • The Tibetan Buddhists Protecting Nature.
          • Tackling deforestation.
            • Replanting trees in areas they have been cut down.
              • Reducing the effects of humans damage to the Earth.
                • Balancing out the environment and human consumption.
    • Action.
      • Buddhist.
        • Withdrawing ones self from consumer culture and living in the wilderness.
          • Not being a part of the capitalist culture which destroys the Earth.
            • Focusing on enlightenment.

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