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 not just a pollution problem, but an indicator
of how our human psyche and culture became divorced from our natural habitats.
This is a spiritual crisis, challenging us to realize our utter interdependence with all of life.
~ We are the Earth’s Immune System Rising ~
‘Business as usual’ is steadily eroding.
We are now riding the waves of systemic dismemberment,
while at the same time witnessing a massive global awakening.
It’s crucial to link into support:
ECOSATTVA Training revised ~ an online course for Aspiring EcoSattvas
Mindfully Facing Climate Change ~ an online course with Ven Analayo
May 17 – 23, 2020: Tassajara ~ Retreat for Earth Activists
Bhikkhu Analayo, Mindfully Facing Climate Change, 2020
Catherine Ingram, Facing Extinction, 2019
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
Jem Bendell, Deep Adaptation Blog, current
Jon Kabat-Zinn, Mindfulness for All, 2019
Margaret Klein, The Transformative Power of Climate Truth, 2018; Leading the Public into Emergency Mode, 2019; Transform Yourself with Climate Truth, 2019; Grieving the Future You Thought You Had, 2019
Paul Hawken, Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming, 2017
Roy Scranton, Learning to Die in the Anthropocene: Reflections on the End of a Civilization, 2015
and many many more…
“Whatever you do may seem insignificant,
but it is most important that you do it.”
Last Update: February 9, 2020