The march started with a meditation led by monks from Green Gulch Farm Zen Center.
Armed with a trash picker and a garbage bag, Lina Blanchet finds an unusual opportunity to discover the sacred nature of life, in all of its guises.
“I was taught about the idea of how changing your bank account can contribute to bettering the environment. That was an enlightenment for me.”
Clair Brown and Pearl McLeod explain how changing your diet can change the world.
Lama Willa Miller talks to Lion’s Roar deputy editor Andrea Miller about how to build a movement that can change the world.
Whether we’re in a pristine rainforest or our own backyard, says Mark Coleman, nature is always available to deepen our mindfulness.
Shozan Jack Haubner presents a prayer for the chaotic awakening of nature that is spring.
When we know something intimately, taught Dogen, it ceases to exist and so do we. John Daido Loori Roshi examines this teaching.
“The earth is our client,” says lawyer and Zen priest James Thornton. He talks with Haleigh Atwood about how Buddhism and the environment.
Traditional Buddhist monuments are bringing life to a Himalayan community grappling with climate change.