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Talking About our Earth and Ecological Crises

One week before Earth Day, we share this article from our archives in hopes of helping you with what can be difficult conversations.
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EcoDharma

Eco-Chaplaincy as Compassion in Action

How might we offer spiritual nourishment to one another as we encounter the eco-social crises of our time? In this talk, Kirsten Rudestam describes the art and practice chaplaincy to our community.
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EcoDharma

An Open Letter from Rob Burbea

On the third anniversary of his death in May of 2020, we share this letter from Rob Burbea challenging dharma leaders to embrace the full implications of its ethical demands.
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EcoDharma
Many of us feel we have no one to talk with about ecological crises, despite the severity of the problems we face. Where does this ecological loneliness come from? And how might we break out of our isolation?
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EcoDharma

Buddhism, Social Change, and Skillful Means

How should our practice influence our political engagement? In 2012, three Buddhist leaders explored this provocative question in a conversation that feels just as urgent today as it did then.
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EcoDharma

We Cannot Ignore Buddhist Extremism

Why are so many Buddhist practitioners reluctant to acknowledge Buddhist extremism? How can we respond when hateful ideologies take root and cause harm within our own traditions?
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EcoDharma
How can we work with reactivity—our own, and others'—and create the conditions for a truly effective response to ecological crises?
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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.