Logo Black
One Earth Sangha
Close this search box.
In observance of International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we share this guided audio practice from Pennie Opal Plant.
Sam Mowe interviews Rebecca Solnit and Joan Halifax
Stories have power not just to entertain and inform, but to shape our understanding of reality. How do dominant narratives support ecological injustice, and how might we discover life-giving alternatives?
Thoughts on Thích Nhất Hạnh
A retired English professor relates how Dharma teachings helped her students envision alternatives to the dominant culture of extraction and exploitation.
How might we prepare young people to face the polycrisis with resilience and compassion? Sumi Loundon Kim shares a practice that she developed with her children.
A Community Renounces Fossil Fuels
With its recent installation of an emissions-free heating system, Zen Mountain Monastery is one step closer to its goal of phasing out fossil fuel use by 2030.
Kristin Barker Interviews Lyla June
In this wide-ranging interview, Lyla June speaks about facing ancestral trauma, the power of forgiveness, and the joy of belonging to all of creation.
Guided Contemplative Practice on Heat
Living on a warming planet, how can we find stability in our relationship with heat? As the Northern Hemisphere observes the Summer Solstice, we share this guided practice from Adam Lobel.
Understanding and Countering Implicative Denial
If your life feels out of sync with what you know to be true, you're not alone. How might we heal the subtle disconnections that block engagement with our eco-social predicament?
In celebration of the life of monastic and scholar Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche, we share this practice he composed in response to global warming and ecosystem collapse.
A Manifestation of Love in Action
How might we remedy the core delusion that underlies world-spanning systems of exploitation, oppression, and devaluation?