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We make our future, minute by minute. Here is what you can do right now: in NYC and around the world, join the People's Climate March.
Engaged Buddhist Theme Weekend
On April 11-13, 2014, Deer Park Monastery gathered the community for an engaged Buddhism weekend retreat to nurture Earth Holding practices and a joyful, sustainable lifestyle.
What does the beginning of a collective response to climate change look like? Might we engage our friends, neighbors, coworkers and fellow practitioners on how we can love and protect global life?
Meditators in Devon, Brighton, Bristol, Cornwall, London and Milton Keynes, all sat together in solidarity for a very special night of practice and dedications, raising money for Tree Aid, an environmental charity working with local communities in Africa.
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.
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.
Wise action in the face of climate change can be an important and satisfying part of our practice. We invite you to join us in Earth Care Week, an annual expression of brave presence with the natural world in this time of great change.
Vipassana Teachers Confront Climate Change
Catherine McGee helped organize the climate discussion at the gathering of International Vipassana Teachers. Here she gives her personal account of what transpired and what is ready to unfold.