Sustainability from the Inside Out


Exploring the Link Between Yoga & the Solutions to Climate Change

On the Occasion of the 4th International Yoga Day

Sunday, June 10, 2018
11:30am – 1:30pm

The Bhakti Center
Room 2W
25 First Avenue
New York, NY, USA

Admission: Free of Charge / all attendees must register here

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The central tenets of yoga provide a framework to help manage our inner needs and desires, and when applied to communities and societies, can serve as a catalyst for change. As the evidence of climate change continues to draw focus to the urgent need for action, voices from both the worlds of Yoga and Environmental Science are drawing attention to the important role that personal transformation through Yoga can play in the solution.  Join us as a group of leading voices explore the profound connection between the practice of yoga and the sustainability of the Earth and its resources, and hear about important projects that are leading the way.

Speakers include:

Mr. Sandeep Chakravorty
Consul General of India in New York

H H Radhanath Swami
Founder Govardhan Eco Village

Dr. Mary Evelyn Tucker
Co-Director of the Forum on Religion and Ecology, Yale University

Dr. John Grim
Co-Director of the Forum on Religion and Ecology, Yale University

Dr. David Haberman
Professor, Department of Religious Studies Indiana University

Ms. Anita Katial
Agricultural Counselor US Embassy Costa Rica

Dr. Peter Whitehouse
President, Intergenerational Schools International

The talks will be followed by a catered vegetarian lunch.