1.No i don't find Gandhi's approach towards environment relevant

2.Nature is really very important we have to save it.In Indians there is no tradition for importance of nature but yet some want to save and they do so
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1.The environmental concern as we understand today was not there at the time of Gandhi, but his ideas on development, technology, self sufficiency, village Swaraj etc. disclose his environmental concern. Different streams of environmental philosophy have paid their indebtedness to Gandhi. The present paper is anattempt to understand the theoretical aspects behind Gandhian environmentalism.The Philosophical elements of Gandhi such as truth and non violence, the ideaof science and technology, economic concepts, conflict resolution techniques etc.are discussed to analyze their implications for environment. The paperdistinguishes Gandhian economics from conventional economics to underscoreits links with sustainability questions. The paper argues that the final outcomeof Gandhian economics is a green future.
2. Hinduism has often been coined as a "environmental friendly" religion. Hindus regard everything around them as pervaded by a subtle divine presence, may it be rivers, mountains, lakes, animals, flora, the mineral world, as well as the stars and planets. It is so because the Divine reality is present as Prana/Shakti energy, power, in every electron, particle, atom, cell and in every manifestation of matter. It is its very fabric. Just like the sparks of a fire are of the same essence as the fire they were issued forth from, so is the entire creation, of the same essence as the Divine. Just as Hindus greet each other saying "Namaste", which means: I recognize and salute the Divine within you, so do they recognize the same Divine essence, in all around them. 
                                                 Ayurveda, the science of life, which is a complete health and medicine system based on nature and its regenerating forces. Then we have Vastu Shastra, upon which the now well-known Feng Shui is based. Vastu, teaches us how to place and build dwellings, according to the environment it is situated in. It is done in such a way that the surroundings are not damaged by the building's presence, and so that all the natural energies are flowing uninterrupted and freely, providing comfort, peace and prosperity for the dwellers
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enna tha'thuvam<what a theory> ,,,,,hope u get best for this ...
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