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In northeastern Nepal, a destabilizing climate brings escalating uncertainty, economic hardship, and local tensions.
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EcoDharma

Awakening and Action on Behalf of the Earth

If we drop all resistance to our situation, will we lose the ability to create change? In this article, late Zen Master Thích Nhất Hạnh suggests the opposite: authentically helpful action begins with profound inner peace.
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EcoDharma
How might we hold the immensity of Wynn Bruce's self-immolation without hardening into fixed view?
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EcoDharma

Reflections on a Still-Unfolding Legacy

In this talk from April 2020, One Earth Sangha co-founder Lou Leonard explored the lessons we might draw from Earth Day's history.
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EcoDharma
How can we fully meet the tragedies of life without collapsing or withdrawing?
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EcoDharma
With our survival at stake, why do we consistently fail to act on our ecological situation? A Catholic theologian asks what might motivate a genuine collective response.
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EcoDharma

Training for Insights into Imperfection, Impermanence, and Relatedness

How do our root distortions, or vipallasas, lock us into patterns of suffering? And how might we get free?
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EcoDharma
Thích Nhất Hạnh was a giant of modern Buddhism. In honor of his life and contributions, we share this talk reflecting on his teaching of interbeing.
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EcoDharma

An Interview with Chas DiCapua

If we’re concerned about the climate crisis, why do we struggle to talk about it? Dharma teacher Chas DiCapua offers guidance for wisely and carefully breaking the silence on the climate crisis right here and now in everyday conversations.
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EcoDharma
When illegal logging and poaching threatened their neighboring forest, a Buddhist community in Assam created a grassroots alliance to preserve it.