How can we live in proper relationships with other species?
We often consider environmental questions in terms of science, or perhaps economics or even politics. But what can religious perspectives add to the conversation? What do religions like Buddhism have to offer as we face up to the ‘hot mess’ of climate change and ecological degradation?
Stephanie Kaza is a leading scholar of Green Buddhism and ecology, and professor emerita of environmental studies at the University of Vermont. She has spent her career exploring the intersection of religion and ecology.