Community Climate Conversation – SF Dharma Collective

Join SF Dharma Collective for their monthly conversation about the climate crisis, focusing on the “five R’s”: Refuge, Resourcing, Renunciation, Reparations, and Rebellion.

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Community Climate Conversation – SF Dharma Collective

Join SF Dharma Collective for their monthly conversation about the climate crisis, focusing on the “five R’s”: Refuge, Resourcing, Renunciation, Reparations, and Rebellion.

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Community Climate Conversation – SF Dharma Collective

Join SF Dharma Collective for their monthly conversation about the climate crisis, focusing on the “five R’s”: Refuge, Resourcing, Renunciation, Reparations, and Rebellion.

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Community Climate Conversation – SF Dharma Collective

Join SF Dharma Collective for their monthly conversation about the climate crisis, focusing on the “five R’s”: Refuge, Resourcing, Renunciation, Reparations, and Rebellion.

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Community Climate Conversation – SF Dharma Collective

Join SF Dharma Collective for their monthly conversation about the climate crisis, focusing on the “five R’s”: Refuge, Resourcing, Renunciation, Reparations, and Rebellion.

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Community Climate Conversation – SF Dharma Collective

Join SF Dharma Collective for their monthly conversation about the climate crisis, focusing on the “five R’s”: Refuge, Resourcing, Renunciation, Reparations, and Rebellion.

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No Time to Lose: A Dharma Response to Climate Crisis

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Live-streamed from Spirit Rock, this daylong on Sunday, Sept 15 event features Tara Brach, Jack Kornfield, James Baraz, Joanna Macy, Belvie Rooks, Jennifer Bezeran and more. Together we’ll explore how the Dharma can hold, inspire and guide our response climate suffering.

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A Buddhist Perspective on Climate Engineering

Climate engineering is now a serious scientific and political conversation. Ven. Bhikkhu Vivekānanda explores the Dharma foundations that can inform our response to this daunting but increasingly real possibility.

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Sept 20 Climate Strike: Register a Local Meeting Place

As part of the global climate strike in solidarity with youth, use this form to register a meeting place that’s at or near the larger event in your area for Buddhist / Mindfulness folks to gather.  Just a… Read More

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NYC Pre-Youth Climate Strike Buddhist Gathering

Join Buddhist activists before the climate strike on September 20 to practice, chant, walk, and sing in support of climate justice.

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Together at the Edge: Buddhist Wisdom for Climate Change

Join Kristin Barker and Gabe Dayley for a one-day workshop on applying mindfulness and the Dharma to the climate crisis.

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A Primer on the Climate Crisis

by Lou Leonard and Kritee (Kanko) This primer was developed by in 2015 by Lou Leonard, One Earth Sangha’s co-founder and a head of the climate program at World Wildlife Fund and Kritee (Kanko), senior scientist at Environmental… Read More

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No Time to Lose: A Dharma Response to Climate Change — Livestream and In-person

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A day-long livestream from Spirit Rock featuring Tara Brach, Jack Kornfield, James Baraz, Joanna Macy, Belvie Rooks, Jennifer Bezeran and more.

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Vesak and Climate Crisis at the UN

As part of the United Nation’s observance of the International Day of Vesak, Bhikkhu Bodhi’s keynote speech connected the Buddha’s core teachings to the impending climate crisis.

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Wesak Awakening: Buddhists Declaring Climate Emergency Together

Come together on Wesak (the anniversary of Buddha’s awakening) to bear witness together to our climate emergency. Take action for the world we love.

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Waking Up: A Mindful Exploration Of Our Relationship With Climate Crisis

Join Lori Stelling and Mike Coughlin, local leaders of N.V.I.M., for a day of meditation and reflection on our personal and communal relationship with the unfolding and escalating climate emergency.

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Awakening to the Climate Emergency: A Wesak Observance

In connection with the Call to Declare Climate Emergency and timed with Wesak, the annual observance of the Buddha’s Awakening, we invite you to come together as a sangha for a live-stream webinar featuring teachers such as Kittisaro and Thanissara followed by a community potluck.

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Awakening to Climate Emergency 2019 Wesak Webinar

On the anniversary of the Buddha’s awakening, Thanissara and guests gathered on May 18 to break the trance and declare climate emergency.

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Live Webinar:Awakening to Climate Emergency

On the anniversary of the Buddha’s awakening, join Thanissara and guests on May 18 to break the trance and declare climate emergency. Register here!

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Awakening to Climate Emergency

On the anniversary of the Buddha’s awakening, Thanissara and guests gathered on May 18 to break the trance and declare climate emergency.

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Break the Trance: Declare Climate Emergency Now

An invitation to all who love our beautiful planet and her myriad beings.

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Buddhist Contingent at the Rise for Climate Action

Grounded in compassion and right understanding, the People’s Climate Movement is coming together once again to insist on bold, clear, and pervasive structural change. We invite you to take your place in this moment by organizing or joining… Read More

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The Personal and the Political: Rise for Climate Action

Grounded in compassion and right understanding, we come together once again to insist on bold, clear, and pervasive structural change. We invite you to take your place in this moment by organizing or joining Rise for Climate Action events in San Francisco and cities around the world.

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The Personal and the Political: Rise for Climate Action

Grounded in compassion and right understanding, we come together once again to insist on bold, clear, and pervasive structural change. We invite you to take your place in this moment by organizing or joining Rise for Climate Action events in San Francisco and around the world.

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Five Practices for Working with the Immense Challenge of Climate Change

“The Bodhisattva precepts….extend from the idea that bodhicitta, or wise compassion, is the ground of ethical action and speech. We too can ground our activism, social engagement, and resistance in wise compassion.” Lama Willa Miller offers five practices that can help us face the immense challenge of climate change.

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Living Beyond Hope And Fear: Warrior Principle, Climate Action

“…There is basic human wisdom that can help to solve the world’s problems. This wisdom does not belong to any one culture or religion. …Rather it is a tradition of human warriorship that has existed in many cultures… Read More

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Climate Change is Making us Crazy: Interview with Norman Fischer

Norman Fisher notes that because the challenge of climate change is a matter of “…human beings thinking and behaving in a way that’s guaranteed to compound our problems,” Zen practices have something vital to offer.

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Beyond “Small is Beautiful:” Buddhism and the Economics of Climate Change

If economies have no essential nature, could one path forward into our climate change reality be a kind of softening—to accept the economy as a koan that helps us focus on what is right in front of us right now.

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Walking the Boddhisatva Path: Soto Zen Climate Statement

In anticipation of our live, webinar featuring Hozan Senauke on Sunday, April 2, to open our “Month of Deepening Engagement,” we bring you the Western Soto Zen Buddhist Association’s statement on the climate crisis.

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