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The Burning House: a Buddhist response to the climate and ecological emergency

Shantigarbha’s new book, due out in August 2021

What does Buddhism have to say about the climate emergency?

Buddhists give great importance to mindfulness, wisdom, compassion and interconnectedness, qualities that often make them deeply concerned about the environment and climate change.

The Burning House asks how we can wake up and respond to the crisis from a Buddhist perspective. It will be of interest both to Buddhists concerned about the climate, and to eco-activists wishing to ground their work in a spiritual context.

Visit The Burning House publisher’s page.

Sponsor this book. Publishers have been having a hard time, with bookshops being closed. Support Windhorse Publications to publish this book.

The Burning House online courses

Shantigarbha is offering Burning House six-week online courses. Check out the next course, in March 2021.

In July 2020 Shantigarbha offered a session as part of Buddhist Action Month for TheBuddhistCentre.com. Here’s a video of the highlights from that session:

If you’d like to invite Shantigarbha to lead a session or event on this topic, please get in touch.

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