Upcoming Events from Our Networks

One Earth Sangha shares local and online events from around the world that express a Buddhist / mindfulness response to ecological crises.

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The Council on the Uncertain Human Future with Sarah Buie
Join Natural Dharma Fellowship for a series of monthly conversations about our experience of and engagement with the global ecological crisis from a Buddhist perspective.
Being Involved in COP
Exploring how we can be well informed and active within the international negotiations on climate change, we will hear talks and experiences from Berenice Danaé Espinoza H. and Ana Romero, whose work both revolves around climate action and education.
Residential Retreat With Stephanie Kaza and William Edelglass
Our intention is to build a community of support and connection to sustain and steady our hearts in a destabilized world. Whether you are just beginning this work or have been in it for some time, all perspectives and voices are welcome to this gathering.
With Nicola Redfern and Rosalie Dores
This course is recommended for participants who are at the beginning of their journey in responding to the climate emergency and/or practicing Insight Dialogue, as well as those with significant experience in both of these.
Facilitated by Djuna Devereaux
This four-session offering lends community support for you to consciously reduce your consumption of plastics.
Learning from Traditional Ecological Knowledges and Cultivating the Dharma
Upaya Zen Center is convening a unique weekend teaching program grounded in the field of environmental activism, engaged spiritual practice, and Traditional Ecological Knowledge.
A Hybrid In-Person and Online Talk with David Loy
How can we address the interconnected spiritual, social and ecological crises, and how does contemporary Buddhism need to transform itself?
An In Person Workshop with David Loy
Together we will explore how to take action individually and collectively by asking three questions: what do I have to offer, what actions can I take, what tugs at my heart?