Stephanie Kaza invites Buddhist communities, and specifically Buddhist leaders, to take a serious look at how they are—or aren’t—responding to the climate crisis.
When the Buddha attained enlightenment, he touched the earth. If he touched it now, it would cry out in pain.
Stephanie Kaza reflects on this treasured spiritual guide and landmark thinker. With humanity at a crossroads, she offers us the wisdom, courage, and love for life we need.
Stephanie Kaza reviews two Buddhist books on environment and climate change, and how we can use dharma to tackle this problem.
Stephanie Kaza argues that environmentalism must be about more than the personal actions we take or the public policies we support. To be truly transformative, it must change the way we see ourselves, our world, and the relationship between the two. In short, it must be a spiritual path. At times it can seem like […]