climate change activism

Eco Dhamma

 Eco comes from the Greek word oikos meaning house or home. From it we get the words ecology and economy. The present ecological crisis is mainly a spiritual crisis, challenging us to realize our utter interdependence with all that lives.

~ We are the Earth’s Immune System Rising ~

 

Summer 2019 – 2020: Buddhist Eco-Chaplaincy Training Program

 

  • THINK GLOBALLY

One Earth Sangha Dharma & Climate
Summary of Solutions
The Solutions Project

  • ACT LOCALLY

Sacramento Climate Sangha
Buddhist Precepts & Climate Change (May 17-June 21, 2019 Sacramento)
350 Sacramento

  • GREEN TRAVEL

Green Travel Guide
Carbon Credits Guide by Sky Mind Retreats

  • INFORMATION~INSPIRATION

Albatross, Midway Project, 2018

David Spratt & Ian Dunlop, What Lies Beneath ~ The Understatement of Existential Climate Risk, 2018

David Loy, Ecodharma ~ Buddhist Teachings for the Ecological Crisis, 2018

Hans Rosling, Factfulness  ~ Ten Reasons We’re Wrong About the World – and Why Things Are Better Than You Think, 2018

Bhikkhu Bodhi, Let’s Stand Up Together, 2017

Bill McKibben, How Extreme Weather is Shrinking the Planet, 2018

Margaret Klein, The Transformative Power of Climate Truth, 2018; Leading the Public into Emergency Mode, 2019

Naomi Klein, No Is Not Enough, 2017, This Changes Everything, 2014

Paul Hawken, Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming, 2017

Thanissara Mary Weinberg, Time to Stand Up: An Engaged Manifesto for Our Earth – The Buddha’s Life and Message through Feminine Eyes, 2016; Declare Climate Emergency Now, 2019

Yuval Noah Harari, Sapiens: A Brief Histroy of Humankind, 2014; Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow, 2015; 21 Lessons for the 21st Century, 2018

Annie Leonard, Story of Stuff Project, 2009 onwards

ALLIES

350.org

350 Sacramento

Buddhist Global Relief

California Interfaith Power & Light

Charter For Compassion

The Climate Psychologist

Eco Buddhism

Ekuthuleni: Meditation & Eco Retreats

Extinction Rebellion

Forest Bathing ~ Shinrin-Yoku

Global Exchange

Green Peace

Idle No More

Indigenous Rising

Interfaith Moral Action on Climate

Interfaith Power & Light

Chris Jordan: Ecological Photography

The Leap Manifesto

Joanna Macy: Deep Ecology

One Earth Sangha

Our Voices

Shechen Eco Group

RootsKeeper

The Work That Reconnects

and many many more…

“Whatever you do may seem insignificant,
but it is most important that you do it.”

(Mahatma Gandhi)

 

Last Update: June 19, 2019

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