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The threat from global warming is growing and human activity is a major contributor to the problem. It is clear that we must change our wasteful behavior before it is too late. The Tzu Chi Foundation believes it can make a difference in addressing this critically important challenge. Over the last three decades it has embraced the cause of recycling and conserving resources to ensure a cleaner environment for future generations. Tzu Chi has mobilized tens of thousands of people in this campaign, expanding from Taiwan to 19 countries and territories around the world. Co-Existing with the Earth, Tzu Chi's Three Decades of Recycling tells the story of this uniquely effective grassroots effort and examines the reasons for its success. It also relates the stories of individual recycling volunteers and explains why they chose to join this international movement.
William Kazer has covered Asian politics and economics for more than 30 years, including as a senior correspondent for the Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones News based in Beijing. He also worked as a correspondent and editor with Reuters in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taipei, Bangkok, and New York. Mr. Kazer helped Reuters set up its Chinese-language financial newswire and has worked as a consultant and adviser in the media sector in China. He is currently a freelance writer and editor living in New York.
Prof. Rey-Sheng Her is currently an Affiliate at Chinese Art Media Lab, Harvard University; Visiting Scholar at Harvard Kennedy School, the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies of Cambridge University, the Center for Buddhist Study of Oxford University, and the Department of Religion of Columbia University; Distinguished Fellow of University of British Columbia; Associate Professor at the Institute of Religion and Humanity, College of Humanities and Social Science, Tzu Chi University; and Director of the Department of Literature and History, Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation, Taiwan. He obtained his PhD in Philosophy at Peking University.