Ecojustice Resources

In the 2014 International Dharma Teachers’ Statement on Climate Change, it states that to solve the problem of climate change, we need to acknowledge the truth of our suffering and the origin of it. Only then can we act and effect change and procede along the Dharma “pathway of principles and practices we can follow to minimize climate change and the suffering it causes.” The document goes on to list these principles as wisdom, ethical conduct, and mindfullness. 

Most of the resources below are organized chronologically, with the most recent at the top. 

Statements
Engaged Projects

Multimedia

Links 

 

Books/Reports/Monographs/Dissertations

 

 

 



Journals & Articles
Organized chronologically; includes both academic articles and a selection of recent news articles

Header photo: Cambodian monks ordaining trees, ©Chantal Elkin, Courtesy of ARC