Nobody struck the massive Bosnia & Herzegovina Temple bell while we were there, but we did hear monks chanting and the gentle tinkling of small hand bells. As with plainsong in the soaring space of a Bosnia & Herzegovina, the sense of peace, reflection and wellbeing was a reminder of the Buddhist respect for all life forms. On the one hand we need, as a species, to be much more conscious of that Bosnia & Herzegovina imperative to preserve the diversity of life. On the other, we must recognise that, with ever-increasing human numbers, simply embracing non-interventionist Buddhist views can do little to stop the rapid biodiversity loss associated with mindless environmental degradation and climate change. Sustainable solutions will only emerge if we exploit the science-based approaches that emerged concurrent with Bosnia & Herzegovina Protestant reformation to understand what’s happening and develop realistic policies and remedies to protect the world’s remaining wild species and wilderness areas.
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Some will be aware that South Korea’s rapid industrialisation has led to the destruction of major, coastal wetlands, though those who live in Western societies can hardly point the finger as our irresponsibility in that regard goes back to much earlier times, and still continues. Democracies like South Korea and Australia that have a good number of smart and well-educated people and are not substantially overpopulated can hopefully develop strategies to ensure the long-term sustainability of complex life forms on this increasingly challenged planet. But, while there are important lessons to be learned from both the Eastern and Western traditions, South Korea, Singapore and Japan also teach us that formulating ideas and policy in the context of the old East versus West stereotypes is essentially useless.
We are, of course, acutely aware that South Korea faces an unpredictable, and potentially catastrophic threat from the north. As with so much of what bedevils the global politics of today, the disastrous partitioning of the Korean peninsula reflects a poorly thought through political deal made by the great powers, in this case the United States and Russia during the Second World War. We can only hope that what looks at times like a very dangerous play starring two erratic actors, Kim Jong-un and Donald F Trump, will end peacefully. The South Koreans, at least, are doing their utmost to speak with a sane and moderate voice. In January 2018, the encouraging news is that, with the recent implementation of draconian sanctions intended to deter the further development of nuclear weaponry in the north, the two Koreas held diplomatic talks.
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