Bodhisattvas for the Earth: Climate Action in the Community

Bodhisattvas for the Earth: Climate Action in the Community
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Date/Time
Date(s) - Dec 10, 2020
7:00 pm GMT - 8:30 pm GMT

Event Sponsor and Host
SGI-UK and Centre for Applied Buddhism


This is an online event.

From the organizers:

This panel discussion is the second event in SGI-UK’s series of ‘Bodhisattva for the Earth’ webinars towards COP26, the most important international climate conference, which will be held in Glasgow in November 2021.

Following SGI-UK General Director, Robert Harrap’s talk on understanding the climate crisis from a Buddhist point of view, we have four speakers sharing examples of their climate action within the community.

Michele Lamb will be hosting Liz Lorente (Transition Town Marlow), Vieve Richardson (Marine naturalist/ wildlife photographer), Sharron Harrison (Gleaning/ community engagement) and Franco Zaffanella (Food production) in an inspiring discussion and Q&A.

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This event is hosted by SGI-UK and Centre for Applied Buddhism.
For more information, see the event website here.


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