BAM: Reading, audio and video talks etc.

I’ll be collating links to talks, reading, recommended books and so on related to Buddhist Action Month here. If you have a suggestion. Let me know.

Talks from the February Ecodharma workshop

Yanai Postelnik http://www.friendsofamida.com/BAM/ecotalksYP.mp3

Satya Robyn http://www.friendsofamida.com/BAM/ecotalksSR.mp3

Juliet Hackney http://www.friendsofamida.com/BAM/ecotalksJH.mp3

David Loy answers ‘What is Buddhism For’ (2019) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liHtGgGogoY

Vaddhaka on ‘Going Beyond Capitalism’ (2014) http://vimeo.com/96757414

Joanna Macy on ‘Befriending our despair’ (2006) https://vimeo.com/74502395

Sangharakshita on ‘Buddhism, Peace and Nuclear War’ (1984) https://www.freebuddhistaudio.com/audio/details?num=162

Roshi Joan Halifax: in the second part of this podcast Roshi Halifax speaks about her experience of getting arrested whist protesting: https://www.upaya.org/2020/02/halifax-rossetter-sesshin-ancestral-heart-1-6/

Many of the talks from Buddhafield Festival last year focused on the climate and ecological situation: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmwShm8p1ELaSnmy6wa27V1lqUgqxtkzm

Satya Robyn’s free e-course for Dear Earth: http://www.dearearth.co.uk/fordearearth/

Articles from Throssel Hole Buddhist Abbey:

 ‘A Stand of Alder Trees’ by Rev. Wilfrid Powell and  ‘Do We Hear The Call?’ by Rev. Elinore Agnew

John’s Tips for Greenspace Climate Action

John Marder, NBO committee member and horticulturist/greenspace adviser has created a guide to the best way of using green spaces to combat climate change:

Download it here: John’s Tips for Greenspace Climate Action

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