Ecosattvas in the Anthropocene

Event description: 

January 30 – December 18, 2022

Online series (one Sunday a month) at 10:00 - 11:30 am Eastern Time

A year-long series of monthly conversations on Buddhist responses to climate change
sponsored by Natural Dharma Fellowship

Speakers: Joanna Macy, Kaira Jewel Lingo, Sensei Kritee Kanko, Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi, Council on the Uncertain Human Future, Stephanie Kaza, Kristin Barker, Kaia Svien, Dekila Chungyalpa, Roshi Susan Murphy, Mark Coleman, and Susie Harrington

We live in unprecedented times; human activities have altered the climate and disrupted ecosystems, threatening life on Earth as we know it. How shall we conduct ourselves within a changing climate and world? How do we listen deeply, and find our way from here? How might the dharma and the natural world serve as teachers and guides? In 2022, the Dharma Dialogues will focus on these important questions. We have brought together some of the founding luminaries of the mindfulness-informed eco-activist movement for a year-long series of deep dialogues on these issues. Join us for a series of monthly conversations about our experience of and engagement with the global ecological crisis from a Buddhist perspective.

You may register at any point during this year-long series.

Register once for the series and receive the recordings throughout the year.

Register here.