At a time of growing environmental crisis, a pioneer of Green Buddhist thought offers challenging and illuminating perspectives. With species rapidly disappearing and global temperatures rising, there is more urgency than ever to act on the ecological crises we face. Hundreds of millions of people around the world-including unprecedented numbers of Westerners-now practice Buddhism. Can Buddhists be a critical voice in the green conversation? Leading Buddhist environmentalist Stephanie Kaza has spent her career exploring the intersection of religion and ecology. With so much at stake, she offers guidance on how people and communities can draw on Buddhist concepts and practices to live more sustainable lives on our one and only home.
Uncertain Path:A Search for the Future of National Parks University of California Press. 1. Auflage William C. Tweed
Subtitled ´´Making Your Community More Resilient In Uncertain Times´´. Draws on over 3 years´ experience of the worldwide Transition movement, and gives a new, easily accessible approach to creating change. Packed with inspirational stories, photos and illustrations of a community-led response to oil depletion and climate change, where enterprise, creativity and the friendly building of resilience have become cornerstones of a new economy.
The Transition Companion:Making your community more resilient in uncertain times Robert Hopkins