|Title of host publication||Berkshire encyclopedia of sustainability|
|Subtitle of host publication||Vol. 1 : the sprit of sustainability|
|Place of Publication||Great Barrington, MA|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|
The spirit of sustainability is promoted within the religion and philosophy of the Australian Aboriginal people. It emphasizes the preeminence of the land and configures humankind as part of the larger whole through a worldview referred to in English as Dreaming. Indigenous religion requires attentiveness to the needs of all things and proposes that those who destroy what has been created ultimately destroy themselves.
Rose, D. B. (2010). Indigenous traditions - Australia. In W. Jenkin (Ed.), Berkshire encyclopedia of sustainability: Vol. 1 : the sprit of sustainability (Vol. 1, pp. 222-224). Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing.