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A Call for Renewal, Resistance and Radical Change
In this fundamental ecodharma teaching, organizer, educator and ordained Triratna Buddhist Guhyapati asks: by rooting more in solidarity with one another than in fear, “what kind of dharma can we offer the world?”
Reflections on a Public Act of Protest
Psychotherapist, author, and Buddhist priest Satya Robyn offers a vulnerable account of mindful disobedience.
An Interview with Jeff Wagner
In the first of a new interview series, outdoor educator, writer and non-profit founder Jeff Wagner reflects on localized belonging as resistance.
Talking About our Earth and Ecological Crises
Though most of us are concerned about climate change, we are not talking about it. Breaking our silence requires embodied awareness and skillful means, and is a form of engagement in itself.
Mindfulness as a Therapeutic Approach to Eco-Anxiety
As the effects of the climate crisis manifest increasingly starkly across the world, therapists are seeing a dramatic uptick in despair related to ecological crises. Several are applying mindfulness techniques to ease the burden.
With the Observance of Vesak, Returning to Our Roots
On the annual occasion of Vesak, Amelia Williams invokes poetry to explore our ecological and Buddha nature.
A Space to Cultivate Willingness, Courage and Intimacy
David Loy and Johann Robbins speak to the individual and communal need for ecobuddhist retreats.
A Buddhist Climate Scientist Discusses Wholeness in the Workplace
Must we choose between science and spirituality? A Tibetan Buddhist environmental educator makes the case for a both/and approach to environmental healing.
Dekila Chungyalpa leads us in a bold and caring meditation, in which grief and distress are not only allowed, but welcomed—and transmuted.
A call to defend sacred land of the Western Apache
Mining companies are threatening to turn a sacred site into a copper pit. Many Apaches are working to defend their historic homeland, and you can help.