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Mary Evelyn Tucker: “Confucianism and Ecology”
Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology “Conversations on World Religions and Ecology” project
June 28, 2023

Mary Evelyn Tucker discusses Confucianism and Ecology with John Grim.

Watch the whole “Conversations on World Religions and Ecology” series on the Forum on Religion and Ecology YouTube Channel.

Confucianism and Ecology - Earth Day Lecture
Zen Fields/Eric Daishin McCabe
April 19, 2022
Chinese Thought, Confucianism, and Christian Faith: Contributions to an Ecological Culture
Institute for Security and Development Policy
June 24, 2021

Several scholars reflect on the contributions of Confucianism, and Chinese thought in general, to visions of an ecological culture in the age of climate change.

Prof. Daniel Gardner: Ecological Civilization in Modern China
Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies
May 6, 2020
Lu Feng: Reflections on Confucian Perspectives on the Global Environmental Crisis
SOAS University of London
January 9, 2013

Philosopher Lu Feng of Tsinghua University in Beijing reflects on Confucian perspectives on the global environmental crisis as part of a symposium on religious and philosophical responses on contemporary environmental concerns.

“Tu Weiming: A Confucian Life in America” (Part 3)
A World of Ideas with Bill Moyers
January 1, 1990
“Tu Weiming: A Confucian Life in America” (Part 2)
A World of Ideas with Bill Moyers
January 1, 1990
“Tu Weiming: A Confucian Life in America” (Part 1)
A World of Ideas with Bill Moyers
January 1, 1990

Bill Moyers interviews Tu Wei-ming who discusses the relevance of Confucian philosophy to our times and the recent student movement in China. Tu Wei-ming suggests that the humanism of Confucius can help us sort out some of the ethical problems of today.