Japan – What does healing a broken world mean in Japan today?

In a country recognized for its depth, quality, and culturally refined sense of simplicity, the responses and actions to environmental concerns are of broader value than simply the national. People have a working relationship with their landscapes – be it cultural, spiritual, economic, social – and for many, there is a knowledge of where they are in the ecological system. But there is also a deep questioning of how to respond adequately, advocacy for a non-nuclear society post-Fukushima is growing even if the alternatives are not in place. Read More …