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Green Sangha is hosting a mini-retreat: "Conversations about the Future." Maeve Murphy will lead us in exploratory exercises from Joanna Macy’s Work That Reconnects, reflecting on our wishes and hopes for the future, imagining the resources we need to realize our dreams for the planet.
International Dharma Teachers' Statement on Climate Change
In 2014, the global sangha of Buddhist and mindfulness practitioners joined Dharma teachers from around the world in signing this statement on climate change.
Why pay attention to climate change? Because it is happening. In this first of a four-part series of posts transcribed from a July 2013 talk "The Dharma of Climate Change," Dharma teacher Chas DiCapua invites us to attend, as part of our practice, to what is present and causing suffering.
Arbor Day
The Green Sangha in in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, US. is honoring Arbor Day with a gathering of earth stewards to plant native trees.
Feedback on Teachers' Statement
Dharma teachers from around the globe have been working since June on a statement that clarifies the relationship between the Dharma and climate disruption and the responsibility Buddhists have to meaningfully engage in the issue. Now they want your feedback.
Foundations for Guiding Understanding and Response
What are the Dharma principles that can motivate and inform our response to ecological crises? In 2013, a group of more than 30 teachers from various Buddhist traditions offered this list.
Reflecting on the First Earth Care Week
With the first annual Earth Care Week concluding, we invite you reflect with us on your experiences, insights and ideas. Let's explore what it means to express a Buddhist response to climate change.
In this special Earth Care Week message, Jack Kornfield invites all of us into a change of consciousness, one that recognizes our interdependence with all of life.
Many sanghas are gathering to share teachings, raise funds and awareness during the first annual Earth Care Week. We're exploring as a community the threat of climate change as ground for our awakening.
We have an opportunity to join a growing number of Buddhist leaders and the Buddhist community in urging U.S. President Obama to reject the Keystone XL pipeline.