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Religion and the Environment

Oliva DSouza

268 pages
Arcler Education Inc
Religion and the Environment talks about the concept of religion and shares with readers, the history behind the religions. It focuses on nature as being the biggest religion among all the practiced ones and throws light on the relationship between religion and environment. Also discussed in the book are the religious practices which have a long-term impact on the environment, the importance that the environment holds, the ways to manage the environment and the various issues related to the environment, which gives a deep insight to the readers on the subject matter.
Author Bio
Dr. Oliva DSouza is a dental surgeon with post-graduate diplomas in medical administration and medical tourism. She has completed multiple certifications in Six Sigma, 5-S, public health, organizational development and people skills. Having honed her clinical skills at the Armed Forces Institute of Dental Sciences, she practiced at various private and corporate hospitals for 15 plus years, before moving on to pursuing her passion for writing, editing and academic research. She has a keen interest in research, data analysis and the application of artificial intelligence in healthcare. She freelances as a technical and academic consultant/editor for many websites, blogs and dental product companies. She has completed the women’s entrepreneurship program from Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore. She serves as a director for a startup in the artificial intelligence area and also runs a business in handcrafted, natural spa products. She enjoys sports and is a voracious reader.