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Buddhistdoor writer Raymond Lam describes a promising initiative that connects inner and outer practices in a region both at the heart of the Buddhadharma and on the front lines of the climate emergency.
What was once the providence of the mystics may be required for our survival. Only by knowing deeply what captures and distorts the mind can we replace our collective structures with that which is genuinely supportive, freeing and “sustainable.” Ron Purser’s article gives us an entry way into this critical exploration.
As part of the United Nation's observance of the International Day of Vesak, Bhikkhu Bodhi's keynote speech connected the Buddha's core teachings to the impending climate crisis.
Caring for the Earth as Buddhist Practice
Buddhism emphasizes that our individual actions affect the world around us, and it follows that caring for the natural world begins with each of us.
Buddhism and the Economics of Climate Change
If economies have no essential nature, could one path forward into our climate change reality be a kind of softening—to accept the economy as a koan that helps us focus on what is right in front of us right now.
"We need to recognize that what society presents as real is more like a lie and take another way" Earlier this summer, His Holiness the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa spoke frankly on renunciation, contentment and the climate crisis.
In this One Earth Sangha webinar, David Loy explores the challenge that the contemporary ecological crises present to Buddhism.
A Buddhist Declaration on Climate Change
The Buddhist Declaration on Climate Change. On November 28th, 2015 in Paris, this statement was presented to UN climate negotiators with other faith statements around the world.
In advance of the UN climate negotiations, the renowned Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi argues that climate change demands of us a re-imagining of social systems and a new paradigm of the good life.
Climate Activism and Buddhist Practice
Marty Janowitz from the Shambhala tradition suggests that the ecological crises call for simultaneous practice in inner peace and consistent bravery.