We can repair our relationship not only with one another but with lands, waters and the living Earth community.

Welcome to One Earth Sangha, a virtual EcoDharma center supporting a global community in the Path of Engaged Practice.

As ten thousand years of climate stability is ending, the call to develop inner stability has never been more clear.

The EcoSattva Training

A Course to Cultivate Wisdom, Connection, and the Roots of Compassionate Action

EST Tree
Discovering Our Unshakable Response

“There is so much state-of-the-art knowledge and so much timeless wisdom in this Training – I deeply recommend it to everyone and every group willing to start their Ecosattva journey.”

Materials are available now. Start when you like and move at your own pace.

The Path of Engaged Practice is itself made sustainable by compassion, commitment and community.

Featured Online Course

from Our Networks

Climate, Justice, Nonviolence and Regenerative social change
Can we take the inconvenient and risky actions necessary to minimize suffering? How might taking such actions become more normal, healing, holistic, and beautiful? Can they authentically express our deepest spiritual truths?

Led by Boundless in Motion and hosted by One Earth Sangha, this course begins May 15. Applications open now.


from our Networks

A doorway into the Kincentric Leadership Programme
Are you excited to join a pioneering international learning community addressing the polycrisis and dedicated to conscious collaboration with the more than human world? Join Kaira Jewel Lingo and Kritee Kanko for this Kincentric Leadership retreat as part of the 18-month training program.


from Leaders and Practitioners

There is a way to be a human being
that causes all life to thrive.

— Woman Stands Shining (Pat McCabe)

Campaigns for Action

“You have to act as if it were possible to radically transform the world. And you have to do it all the time.” -Angela Davis


Featured Action Organizations

  • ALMA Backyard Farms, Los Angeles, CA: Alma Backyard Farms was inspired by the voices and ideas shared by juvenile offenders and prisoners eager to transform their lives and communities by “giving back” to the communities they “took from” and were taken away from.  For most people experiencing incarceration, there are few opportunities to see and interact with nature and few opportunities to provide nurture to others, yet few are given the opportunities to learn skills and make that possible.  Rooted in restorative justice and environmental stewardship, ALMA started in 2013 to implement this project of reclaiming lives, repurposing land and reimagining community. ALMA proposes real solutions to the challenges of California’s overcrowded prisons and food injustice in low-income neighborhoods.  Recognizing that no lives or land is to be wasted, ALMA creates opportunities for the previously incarcerated to become agents of health, safety and community.
  • Acres of Ancestry Initiative/Black Agrarian Fund, Washington, DC: The Black Belt Justice Center uses legal advocacy, public education, and community organizing to address structural barriers that hinder African American farmers, landowners, and communities in the Black Belt region of the US from achieving economic prosperity and holistic wellness. A project of the Black Belt Justice Center, the Acres of Ancestry / Black Agrarian Fund uses education, curation and sale of eco-cultural art, and community organizing to raise awareness about African American land loss, support retention and return of land, and ultimately preserve an ancestral value paradigm anchored in spirit-culture, collective land stewardship, and ecological harmony.
  • Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance, Australia: AFSA is a farmer-led civil society organisation of people working together towards socially-just and ecologically-sound food and agriculture systems that foster the democratic participation of Indigenous Peoples, smallholders, and local communities in decision making processes. We are part of a robust global network of civil society organisations involved in food sovereignty and food security policy development and advocacy. They are members of the International Planning Committee for Food Sovereignty and La Via Campesina – the global movement of peasant farmers, which gives them a regional seat at many meetings of the United Nations, including the Food & Agriculture Organisation and many of its governing bodies.

Featured Calls to Action



  • Register for WECAN’s webinar “Women for Climate Justice Leading Protection of Water” on March 23rd at 1pm ET. At this official virtual UN Side Event, grassroots women leaders, water protectors, and international policy experts, will address the impacts of climate change and destructive projects on global water, and share ongoing solutions and strategies for the protection of oceans, freshwater, rivers, and aquatic ecosystems based in a climate justice framework.
  • Join Systems Change Lab’s training on decarbonizing the global transport system on March 30th. A segment on how to use Systems Change Lab and Climate Watch platforms for advancing environmental work will also be included.
  • War and the Environment: April 10 – May 22, 2023 (online course). Grounded in research on peace and ecological security, this course focuses on the relationship between and solutions to two existential threats: war and environmental catastrophe.
  • Read WRI’s article on priorities for urban climate action in 2023 and encourage your local politicians and city planners to adopt these solutions.


  • Join Third Act and environmental groups and spiritual communities across the country for the Stop Dirty Banks Day of Action on March 21st. Find an event near you on their interactive map or organize your own. You can also join a working group to keep organizing with Third Act into the future.
  • Call and email President Biden and tell him to stop the Willow Oil Drilling Project in Alaska’s pristine Western Arctic.
  • Display street art made by movement artists for the Earth Week: Week of Climate Justice Arts and Actions. The week of action will run from April 15-23.
  • Participate in Interfaith Power and Light’s Faith Climate Action Week, April 14-23.
  • Urge TVA to deliver for communities and climate by charting a path to 100% clean energy.
  • Demand that state treasurers and public pensions vote for climate justice and Indigenous rights this spring.
  • If you own stocks, use your shares to vote on important environmental, social, and governance issues, like Indigenous sovereignty and fossil fuel divestment. Stand.Earth is partnering with Iconik to make it easy for you to align your shares to Stand’s voting profile and force big banks to take the climate crisis seriously.


  • Send Minister Heyman a message telling him not to renew Enbridge’s permit as they seek to resurrect thier plan for a giant pipeline to the B.C. coast years after the death of the Northern Gateway oil tanker scheme.
  • Email the B.C. and Canadian governments and pressure them to refuse fossil fuel subsidies for the second phase of Shell’s LNG Canada project in B.C.


Ongoing Opportunities

Stories of Engagement

Buddhist Monastics Practice Forest Protection
Moved by intimate awareness of dependent co-arising, monastics in Southeast Asia have become leaders in protecting their local environment.