Animal Rights in Bhutan

By Dr. Michael Tobias and Jane Gray Morrison

Following are excerpts from the article. Read the full article here.

Flowers in BhutanThe non-violence corollaries of Bhutan’s Buddhist legacy at first glance would appear unambiguous. The very founder of Bhutan’s dominant Drupka Kagyupa tradition of Tibetan Buddhism was the Venerable Jigten Sumgon… Continue reading

Ecology, Jainism and the Human Imagination

By Michael Tobias and Jane Gray Morrison

In this essay Tobias and Morrison provide a very brief overview of the Jain environmental orientation in terms of its relevancy to current global ecological issues. This contains excerpts; you’ll find the full article here.

Vegetarianism and Veganism WebsiteReigning doctrines of… Continue reading

God’s Country: The New Zealand Factor

Written by Michael Charles Tobias and Jane Gray Morrison
A Dancing Star Foundation Book for 2011
Published by Zorba Press

This robust consideration of 21st century conservation and animal protection utilizes New Zealand as a primary case study in conflict resolution. With New Zealand history, economics, art, conservation biology and contemporary industry, technology and environmentalism as the working sweep of metaphors… Continue reading