Yixuan Du1, Chaofu Zhang2, Yipeng Xu2
1Mianyang, Sichuan Tibet University, Lhasa Tibet 850000 China
2Tibet University, Lhasa Tibet 850000 China
The Tibetan people in our country have lived on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau where the ecological environment is extremely special and fragile for generations. The relationship between man and nature has always been an unavoidable topic. Over the long years, they have formed an ecological and cultural outlook with national and contemporary characteristics to guide their production and life, and have basically realized the harmonious development of man and nature for thousands of years. The traditional Tibetan ecological culture can be roughly divided into a material level and a spiritual level, and these customary codes of conduct have important practical significance for the sustainable development and ecological civilization construction of Tibetan areas in the new era.
Tibetan, Traditional ecological culture, Significance of the times
Yixuan Du, Chaofu Zhang, Yipeng Xu. Research on Tibetan Traditional Ecological Culture and Its Significance in the New Era. Academic Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences (2021) Vol. 4, Issue 10: 24-28. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJHSS.2021.041006.
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