Green Buddhism: Practice and Compassionate Action

As human activity extends to all reaches of the planet, virtually all living beings are coping with disruption, loss of habitat, and toxic air, soil, and water. Demand for climate and environmental justice has become a deafening roar of moral concern. How can environmental ethics based in kindness and compassion guide efforts to restore and rebuild our fragile web of life and our tender threads of humanity?

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Stephanie Kaza
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