Spiritual Ecology

Author by : Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
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Description : ""Spiritual Ecology: The Cry of the Earth" is a groundbreaking book, fostering the emergence of the "Spiritual Ecology Movement," which recognizes the need for a spiritual response to our present ecological crisis. Bringing together voices from Buddhism, Sufism, Christianity, and Native American traditions, as well as from physics, deep psychology, and other environmental disciplines, this book calls on us to reassess our underlying attitudes and beliefs about the Earth and wake up to our spiritual as well as physical responsibilities toward the planet. This is vital and necessary if we are to help bring the world as a living whole back into balance. The first edition of "Spiritual Ecology" (16,000 copies sold) drew an overwhelmingly positive response from readers, many of whom are asking the simple question, "What can I do?" This second expanded edition offers new chapters, including two from younger authors who are putting the principles of spiritual ecology into action, working with their hands as well as their hearts. It also includes a new preface and revised chapter by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, that reference two major recent events: the publication of Pope Francis's encyclical, "On Care for Our Common Home," which brought into the mainstream the idea that "the ecological crisis is essentially a spiritual problem"; and the 2015 Paris Climate Change Conference, which saw representatives from nearly 200 countries come together to address global warming, including faith leaders from many traditions. "Spiritual Ecology" speaks with the voices of many different traditions, but with the single note of love for the Earth and the knowing that Her cry has begun to be heard"--


Spiritual Ecology

Author by : Leslie Elmer Sponsel
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Publisher by : ABC-CLIO
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Description : A prominent scientist and scholar documents and explains the thoughts, actions, and legacies of spiritual ecology's pioneers from ancient times to the present, demonstrating how the movement may offer the last chance to restore a healthy relationship between humankind and nature. * Clear, concise, and captivating essays on well-known, as well as little-known, pioneers in spiritual ecology * Chapter-long treatment of each individual's contributions, allowing for in-depth coverage * An extensive resource guide, including films and websites * An appendix listing approximately 100 pioneers in spiritual ecology


Spiritual Ecology

Author by : Rudolf Steiner
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Publisher by : Rudolf Steiner Press
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Description : Today we face an increasing number of challenges connected to our environment - from climate change and extreme weather patterns to deforestation, threats to animal species and ongoing crises in farming. Hardly a day goes by without further alarming reports. How are we to respond - particularly if we wish to take a broader, spiritual view of these events? Today we face an increasing number of challenges connected to our environment - from climate change and extreme weather patterns to deforestation, threats to animal species and ongoing crises in farming. Hardly a day goes by without further alarming reports. How are we to respond - particularly if we wish to take a broader, spiritual view of these events? In the extracts compiled in this volume, presented here with commentary and notes by Matthew Barton, Steiner speaks about human perception, the earth, water, plants, animals, insects, agriculture and natural catastrophes. Spiritual Ecology offers a wealth of original thought and spiritual insight for anyone who cares about the future of the earth and humanity.


Spiritual Ecology

Author by : Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
Languange : en
Publisher by : Golden Sufi Center
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Description : This book offers inspiring and practical guidance for reconnecting to the sacred in everyday life and transforming our relationship with the Earth. Describing the power of simple and daily practices such as walking, gardening, cooking with love, and prayer, the book supports profound changes in how we think about and respond to the ecological crisis of our times. Rooted in the mystical foundation of the world s great spiritual traditions, with a particular connection to Sufism, these timeless practices remind readers of the deep connections to life, each other, and the Earth, and invite a return of meaning to our desecrated world. As Rumi says, there are a thousand ways to kneel and kiss the ground, and it is this sacred ground that is calling to us, that needs our living presence, our attentiveness."


Spiritual Ecology

Author by : Thich Nhat Hanh
Languange : en
Publisher by : The Golden Sufi Center
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Description : The Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh was asked what we need to do to save our world. "What we most need to do," he replied, "is to hear within us the sound of the earth crying.” Our present ecological crisis is the greatest man-made disaster this planet has ever faced—its accelerating climate change, species depletion, pollution and acidification of the oceans. A central but rarely addressed aspect of this crisis is our forgetfulness of the sacred nature of creation, and how this affects our relationship to the environment. There is a pressing need to articulate a spiritual response to this ecological crisis. This is vital and necessary if we are to help bring the world as a living whole back into balance.


Partner Earth

Author by : Pam Montgomery
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Publisher by : Simon and Schuster
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Description : A well-respected herbalist describes how opening ourselves to the spirit forces of nature can promote personal well-being and restore a healthy relationship between humanity and Earth. The pace and demands of modern life have caused a great split between the material and the spiritual in our lives. Our bodies reflect this through fatigue, depression, and chronic illness. To become whole beings again, the author asserts that we must reclaim our birthright as partners with all of creation, opening ourselves to the spirits of plants, animals, and the elements, known as devas, through whom we can bridge the gap between the physical body and the energetic patterns that support all life. Partner Earth provides a wide range of practical exercises, based on traditional wisdom, visualizations, and the author's experience as an herbalist, that enable one to create sacred space, find plant and animal allies, and create flower essences that can help heal the rift between individuals and their environment.


Mystery Teachings From The Living Earth

Author by : John Michael Greer
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Publisher by : Weiser Books
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Description : The authentic teachings of the mystery schools offer a profoundly different way of making sense of the universe and our place in it. In Mystery Teachings from the Living Earth, ecologist and Druid initiate John Michael Greer offers an introduction to the core teachings of the mysteries through the mirror of the natural world. Using examples from nature as a touchstone, Greer takes readers on a journey into the seven laws of the mystery traditions:the Law of Wholenessthe Law of Flowthe Law of Balancethe Law of Limitsthe Law of Cause and Effectthe Law of Planesthe Law of Evolution Greer explains each law, offering meditation, an affirmation, and a theme for reflection, to show how the seven laws can bring meaning and power into our everyday lives. Mystery Teachings from the Living Earth reveals one of the great secrets of the mysteries—that the laws of nature are also the laws of spirit.


Spiritual Ecology

Author by : Patrick de Sercey
Languange : en
Publisher by : Xlibris Corporation
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Description : In this present work, the matter of faith based cultures is addressed as a developmental cultural stage corresponding to adolescence during which ideologies compete in violent confl icts which, with the present state of armament, promise human annihilation. The path towards an evolution towards a spiritual ecological maturity is discussed at length with particular emphasis on the relevance of spiritual teachings from both the Eastern and the Christian traditions. The work is an attempt to relate the spiritual teaching associated with transpersonal psychology to the social and political context of our existence.


Water Politics And Spiritual Ecology

Author by : Lisa Palmer
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : As water resources diminish with increasing population and economic pressures as well as global climate change, this book addresses a subject of ever increasing local and global importance. In many areas water is not only a vital resource but is also endowed with an agency and power that connects people, spirit beings, place and space. The culmination of a decade of ethnographic research in Timor Leste, this book gives a critical account of the complex social and ecological specificities of a water-focused society in one of the world’s newest nations. Comparatively framed by international examples from Asia, South America and Africa that reveal the need to incorporate and foreground cultural diversity in water governance, it provides deep insight into the global challenge of combining customary and modern water governance regimes. In doing so it addresses a need for sustained critical ecological inquiry into the social issues of water governance. Focusing on the eastern region of Timor Leste, the book explores local uses, beliefs and rituals associated with water. It identifies the ritual ecological practices, contexts and scales through which the use, negotiation over and sharing of water occurs and its influence on the entire sociocultural system. Building on these findings, the book proposes effective conceptual and methodological tools for advancing community engagement and draws out lessons for more integrated and sustainable water governance approaches that can be applied elsewhere. This book will be of great interest to students and researchers in environmental studies, environmental policy and governance.


Spiritual Ecology

Author by : Jim Nollman
Languange : en
Publisher by : Bantam
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Description : Argues that in order to save the earth people must change their perceptions of nature and mankind's role in it


Water Politics And Spiritual Ecology

Author by : Lisa Palmer
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : As water resources diminish with increasing population and economic pressures as well as global climate change, this book addresses a subject of ever increasing local and global importance. In many areas water is not only a vital resource but is also endowed with an agency and power that connects people, spirit beings, place and space. The culmination of a decade of ethnographic research in Timor Leste, this book gives a critical account of the complex social and ecological specificities of a water-focused society in one of the world’s newest nations. Comparatively framed by international examples from Asia, South America and Africa that reveal the need to incorporate and foreground cultural diversity in water governance, it provides deep insight into the global challenge of combining customary and modern water governance regimes. In doing so it addresses a need for sustained critical ecological inquiry into the social issues of water governance. Focusing on the eastern region of Timor Leste, the book explores local uses, beliefs and rituals associated with water. It identifies the ritual ecological practices, contexts and scales through which the use, negotiation over and sharing of water occurs and its influence on the entire sociocultural system. Building on these findings, the book proposes effective conceptual and methodological tools for advancing community engagement and draws out lessons for more integrated and sustainable water governance approaches that can be applied elsewhere. This book will be of great interest to students and researchers in environmental studies, environmental policy and governance.


Religious Environmental Activism In Asia

Author by : Leslie E. Sponsel
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Publisher by : MDPI
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Description : Throughout the world religious organizations are exploring and implementing into action ideas about the relevance of religion and spirituality in dealing with a growing multitude of environmental issues and problems. Religion and spirituality have the potential to be extremely influential for the better at many levels and in many ways through their intellectual, emotional, and activist components. This collection focuses on providing a set of captivating essays on the specifics of concrete cases of environmental activism involving most of the main Asian religions from several countries. Particular case studies are drawn from the religions of Animism, Buddhism, Daoism, Hinduism, Islam, and Jainism. They are from the countries of Bhutan, China, India, Indonesia, and Thailand. Thereby this set of case studies offers a very substantial and rich sampling of religious environmental activism in Asia. They are grounded in years of original field research on the subjects covered. Collectively these case studies reveal a fascinating and significant movement of environmental initiatives in engaged practical spiritual ecology in Asia. Accordingly, this collection should be of special interest to a diversity of scientists, academics, instructors, and students as well as communities and leaders from a wide variety of religions, environmentalism, and conservation.


Thomas Berry Dreamer Of The Earth

Author by : Ervin Laszlo
Languange : en
Publisher by : Inner Traditions
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Description : A tribute to the visionary contributions and prophetic writings of Thomas Berry, spiritual ecologist and father of environmentalism • Contains 10 essays by eminent philosophers, thinkers, and scientists in the field of ecology and sustainability, including Matthew Fox, Joanna Macy, Duane Elgin, Sean Esbjörn-Hargens, Ervin Laszlo, and Allan Combs • Calls for a transformation of consciousness to resolve today’s global ecological and human challenges • Includes a little-known but essential essay by Thomas Berry When cultural historian and spiritual ecologist Thomas Berry, described by Newsweek magazine as “the most provocative figure among the new breed of eco-theologians,” passed away in 2009 at age 94, he left behind a dream of healing the “Earth community.” In his numerous lectures, books, and essays, Berry proclaimed himself a scholar of the earth, a “geologian,” and diligently advocated for a return to Earth-based spirituality. This anthology presents 10 essays from leading philosophers, scientists, and spiritual visionaries--including Matthew Fox, Joanna Macy, Duane Elgin, Sean Esbjörn-Hargens, Ervin Laszlo, and Allan Combs--on the genius of Berry’s work and his quest to resolve our global ecological and spiritual challenges, as well as a little-known but essential essay by Berry himself. Revealing Berry’s insights as far ahead of their time, these essays reiterate the radical nature of his ideas and the urgency of his most important conclusion: that money and technology cannot solve our problems, rather, we must reestablish the indigenous connection with universal consciousness and return to our fundamental spontaneous nature--still evident in our dreams--in order to navigate our ecological challenges successfully.


Green Sisters

Author by : Sarah McFarland Taylor
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Publisher by : Harvard University Press
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Description : Green sisters are environmentally active Catholic nuns working to heal the earth as they cultivate new forms of religious culture. Inviting us into their world, Taylor offers a firsthand understanding of the experiences of women whose lives bring together orthodoxy and activism, and whose lifestyle provides a compelling view of sustainable living.


Spiritual Ecology

Author by : Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
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Description : ""Spiritual Ecology: The Cry of the Earth" is a groundbreaking book, fostering the emergence of the "Spiritual Ecology Movement," which recognizes the need for a spiritual response to our present ecological crisis. Bringing together voices from Buddhism, Sufism, Christianity, and Native American traditions, as well as from physics, deep psychology, and other environmental disciplines, this book calls on us to reassess our underlying attitudes and beliefs about the Earth and wake up to our spiritual as well as physical responsibilities toward the planet. This is vital and necessary if we are to help bring the world as a living whole back into balance. The first edition of "Spiritual Ecology" (16,000 copies sold) drew an overwhelmingly positive response from readers, many of whom are asking the simple question, "What can I do?" This second expanded edition offers new chapters, including two from younger authors who are putting the principles of spiritual ecology into action, working with their hands as well as their hearts. It also includes a new preface and revised chapter by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, that reference two major recent events: the publication of Pope Francis's encyclical, "On Care for Our Common Home," which brought into the mainstream the idea that "the ecological crisis is essentially a spiritual problem"; and the 2015 Paris Climate Change Conference, which saw representatives from nearly 200 countries come together to address global warming, including faith leaders from many traditions. "Spiritual Ecology" speaks with the voices of many different traditions, but with the single note of love for the Earth and the knowing that Her cry has begun to be heard"--


Spiritual Ecology And Ecotheology

Author by : Samta Pandya
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Publisher by : LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
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Description : Spiritual Ecology and Ecotheology: This work is based on a study of four contemporary Indic organisations within the purview of Hinduism in terms of their perspectives on ecological consciousness, ecological initiatives and micro and macro implications of perspectives and initiatives. The basic purpose is to see how spiritual and religious consciousness influences ecological consciousness. The pragmatic value of the exploration lies in providing a new insight to ecological consciousness (of the influence of religious and spiritual consciousness within the purview of Hinduism on ecological consciousness) in the wake of the current ecological crisis. The core finding is that sacralisation of nature is viewed as an ecologically viable proposition to combat the present day ecological crisis - sacralisation as instrumental in nature preservation, also bringing in dimensions of embedded morality in human nature relationships, soul-cosmos relations as revealing the individual being as the microcosm of the macrocosmic universe and the universe as a manifestation of the Ultimate Reality.


Thomas Berry Dreamer Of The Earth

Author by : Ervin Laszlo
Languange : en
Publisher by : Simon and Schuster
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Description : A tribute to the visionary contributions and prophetic writings of Thomas Berry, spiritual ecologist and father of environmentalism • Contains 10 essays by eminent philosophers, thinkers, and scientists in the field of ecology and sustainability, including Matthew Fox, Joanna Macy, Duane Elgin, Sean Esbjörn-Hargens, Ervin Laszlo, and Allan Combs • Calls for a transformation of consciousness to resolve today’s global ecological and human challenges • Includes a little-known but essential essay by Thomas Berry When cultural historian and spiritual ecologist Thomas Berry, described by Newsweek magazine as “the most provocative figure among the new breed of eco-theologians,” passed away in 2009 at age 94, he left behind a dream of healing the “Earth community.” In his numerous lectures, books, and essays, Berry proclaimed himself a scholar of the earth, a “geologian,” and diligently advocated for a return to Earth-based spirituality. This anthology presents 10 essays from leading philosophers, scientists, and spiritual visionaries--including Matthew Fox, Joanna Macy, Duane Elgin, Sean Esbjörn-Hargens, Ervin Laszlo, and Allan Combs--on the genius of Berry’s work and his quest to resolve our global ecological and spiritual challenges, as well as a little-known but essential essay by Berry himself. Revealing Berry’s insights as far ahead of their time, these essays reiterate the radical nature of his ideas and the urgency of his most important conclusion: that money and technology cannot solve our problems, rather, we must reestablish the indigenous connection with universal consciousness and return to our fundamental spontaneous nature--still evident in our dreams--in order to navigate our ecological challenges successfully.


Spiritual Ecology

Author by : Franklin Stemple Sullivan
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Talking Leaves

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Spiritual Ecology

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Description : "The present topical bibliography of nearly 700 books on spiritual ecology and related topics was compiled during the first two weeks of July in 2013 through a systematic and thorough search of the literature from both print and online sources including the bibliography of major texts and book reviews in journals. However, it is not exhaustive. The number of books on some topics, like Buddhist ecology, Christian ecology, ecotheology, nature religions, and New Age religions, is enormous and such topics merit separate bibliographies. Here only a sample of some of the more important books on such topics is presented. Nevertheless, this bibliography is as inclusive as feasible and even eclectic in scope. Also, it encompasses books for a general audience as well as for scientific and academic ones. However, only books in the English language are included with publishers limited almost entirely to North America and Western Europe. The temporal focus is on the late 1980s to the present when spiritual ecology has been flourishing."--Introduction.


The Simplest Of Truths

Author by : Gregory Tutt
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Description : The Simplest of Truths is a blend of essays and stories that focus on spirituality and relationships. It does not fit neatly into any mainstream ideology but instead centers on principles of fair-mindedness and respect as a foundation to traditional morality. While the framework of the book is on the religious side, its tone is less evangelical and more social and philosophic. Its purpose is to help reveal inner peace and kindle a sense of harmony. To press upon everyone the need to create an environment where the spiritual and the physical are in balance and that the individual and the community have a shared commitment and responsibility to the other's wellbeing. Condensed down to the very basics, the higher awareness we have of ourselves in relation to others and even with the world around us stems from the spiritual gifts we receive from God. Yet, enlightenment does not start until we recognize those gifts and then apply them by embracing three truths: peace, equality, and the sanctity of life. Uncovering the peace at our core is not a simple matter; however, once revealed and then paired with the two mandates, these three truths together have the power to transform our lives, our religions, our politics, and our world. For each of us, this starts by accepting the peace within, the God within, or maybe just the idea of a connection to a higher conscious and living universe. This spirals outwards from each of us when we embrace the mandates of equality and the sanctity of life. These truths should become the bedrock of our lives. Building upon this, we also need to adopt the principles of respect, honesty, integrity, and wisdom. These are our other defining principles, and these values are the living soil that rests upon the bedrock of the simplest of truths, and out of this fertile soil thrives truth and love. These emanate from the peace within, but they also must exist through the harmony of all our relationships that surround us, in both our social and natural worlds. This is the environment that we are intended to live our lives in, and these virtues challenge us to be better people. AUTHOR'S NOTE I believe that it is critical that we include our relationship with the environment at the core of a holistic approach to life and faith. Without a caring attitude toward our spiritual, social, and ecological environments, a healthy, balanced lifestyle is not obtainable. So we must also take this one step further and apply the same thoughtful approach that we share with each other and God to that relationship, which we all share with our environment. If we can do this, we can then create a better state of being for ourselves, our societies, the world we share, and ultimately, the world our grandchildren will share.


Interpreting Spiritual Ecology For Modern Urban Planning

Author by : Jena Plumeria Alexander
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Description : The paper begins by describing limitations in city planning approaches that originate from worldviews that do not meet long-term community environmental, economic, or spiritual needs. It posits that a graduate-level education in city planning must go beyond solutions derived or implemented through data and engineering to solutions that build human dignity, well-being, and community through relational awareness and self-reflexive practice. This paper then introduces and defines, through examples and case studies, a branch of study called “spiritual ecology” that can provide a path beyond those limitations. The examples and case studies focus on several overarching themes such as Animism; ways of knowing such as deep patience, wisdom-seeking, observation, and reverence; principles of action such as self-restraint; systems thinking frameworks such as deep ecology and “interbeing”; community development through self-reflexive practice; and decentralized, participative systems. The paper explains, through the sections, how spiritual ecology logic and principles stemming from these overarching themes can be applied to city planning. The paper then examines the Thai Sufficiency Economy as a working model for implementation of spiritual ecology logic and principles. Throughout, the paper also explains why spiritual ecology is necessary for a graduate study in city planning. Lastly, a one-semester curriculum for a graduate course in Spiritual Ecology is outlined


This Congruent Life

Author by : Banta H. Whitner
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Description : A GIFT OF HOPE AND AUTHENTICITY THIS CONGRUENT LIFE: A SPIRITUAL ECOLOGY PRACTICE is an invitation to realign our lives with our values. This personal and insightful story takes us on a journey toward a more engaged ecology, one that is spiritually informed, generous and encouraging. With wit and practical wisdom, Whitner and Grob let their own lives speak. They show us, in vibrant narrative and photography, how to bring into balance spiritual activism and a commitment to living more lightly on the Earth. "This is a careful, simple, and quite lovely guide to matching actions to principles - it will be a great help to many of us in its gentle and calm fashion." Bill McKibben, Environmental activist and author


Towards A Spiritual Ecology

Author by : Samuel L. Watson-Alván
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Sacred Land A Workbook For Developing A Pagan Spiritual Ecology

Author by : Mathew Sydney
Languange : en
Publisher by : Independently Published
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Description : 'Sacred Land' is a call to action for pagans, witches and shamanic practitioners. What can we do about climate change, the loss of species and the decline of natural resources? The most important way to change humanity's relationship with the natural world is to effect a shift towards "animistic awareness." Pagans, witches and shamanic practitioners are the rightful leaders in this global shift in consciousness. 'Sacred Land' digs deep into the importance of land spirits to our ancestors and includes exercises and strategies for practitioners to deepen their own relationships with the spirits of the land where they live.


Gaialife

Author by : Vann Gieslin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Trafford
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