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Protect Land, Air, and Water
The Line 3 pipeline endangers the land and waters in the North American Midwest and the communities and ecosystems downstream. Join the alliance of activists working to stop it.
On this occasion of Earth Day, Roshi Joan Halifax calls each and every one of us to dedicate ourselves to the authentic well-being of all.
Roshi Joan Halifax at the Sakyadhita Spain Symposium 2020
Roshi Joan Halifax emphasizes the transformative role of unbiased compassion in responding to suffering, including ecological crisis.
Reflections on an Annual Observance
Beyond a conceptual knowing, what will support us in realizing our true nature, not just on Earth Day but every day and at every level?
As we begin to emerge from Covid-19 restrictions, psychotherapist Emma Palmer calls into question our 'right to travel,' including the spiritual pursuit version.
Navigating the Inner Waves of Ecological Crises
A young activist and Soto Zen practitioner envisions a skillful and healing-oriented response to the devastation of our environmental crises.
Interfaith Power and Light, Faith Climate Action Week
Our partners at Interfaith Power and Light are inviting people of diverse faith backgrounds to learn about and examine their relationships to food, farming, and the earth this upcoming Earth Day.
A Poem in Observance of World Poetry Day
In recognition of World Poetry Day, we highlight “Sangha,” a piece from somatic healer Suzy Loeffler. May it support your practice.
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.
A community is more than just a collection of people—it encompasses the way we care for each other and our world. In observance of Sangha Day, we highlight a Cambodian monastic community that exemplifies this care.