Deena Metzger calls Dahr Jamail’s new book a record of "the terrible knowledge, moral anguish, and great love of a journalist who embeds himself in the physical reality that the natural world is suffering."
Animals Endowed With Rights
Leonardo Boff asserts: "Whether one acknowledges the dignity of animals depends on that person’s paradigm (vision of the world and values)." Boff breaks down the two paradigms which we need to subvert in order to grow our ecological consciousness.
Healing Ourselves and the Earth
Get insight into the spiritual healing that accompanies cover artist Orly Faya's process of painting people in the world.
Ecological Civilization and the New Enlightenment
In the era of a new Enlightenment, there must be new understanding of shared power and community to help our environment thrive.
The Psyche in Psychedelic
Entheogens, Society & Law: Towards a Politics of Consciousness, Autonomy & Responsibility
by Daniel Waterman
Review by Stephen Mo Hanan
Toward an Eco-Theology of God’s Image
Letting go of self-centered and anthropocentric thinking—“we are the only images of God”—will help us reconnect to our authentic mystical roots as lovers of all beings.
Aluna: A Message to Little Brother
The Kogi say we are close to the dying of the world. Their faces, writ with quiet courage, sober indignation, and a long, patient wisdom, defy easy dismissal.
A Brief Melting Moment
"Look how that rock dust is basically burning into the ice, transmitting and intensifying the heat of the sun," said Jeff, leaning over my shoulder. "The huge streams of water that are pouring into the crevasses are breaking up the glacier’s underbody and lubricating its passage toward the sea." However immobile it might appear, I could now sense how that glacier was collapsing underneath itself, letting loose its thousand-year life in a muddy, rock-strewn river rushing to the Arctic Sea.
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Hope in the Age of Climate Consequences
We can be hopeful without expecting victory. We can ask what the Earth requires of us in this very moment and just take the next step.
Let’s Establish the New Moon and Full Moon as Holidays of Earth Preservation
Today the Gregorian calendar, including the seven-day week, is so intrinsic and essential to the global economy that few ever reflect on how it is a human created contrivance that imposes these cycles on the natural world (note, for instance, weekly patterns of human work and associated pollution).
Hinduism and Honoring Creation
To create a present and a future which is Earth-honoring and just to all marginalized and outcast beings, those of us who identify as Hindus must act as wise and determined servants in re-discovering the ecologically-sound wisdom embedded in our collective human history and experience.
Social Justice, the Environment, and Sikhs
As Sikhs, we are called upon to treat all of humankind as brothers and sisters ... and to take action against the gross injustices suffered by our brethren. This means that we must ensure that they do not bear the burden of climate change alone.
Climate Change and the Right to Hope
To what extent is a lack of hope to blame for our inaction on the climate?
Love Is Stronger Than Stewardship: A Cosmic Christ Path to Planetary Survival
“Stewardship” is a tired old idea. Let’s stop talking about duty and start talking about the sacredness of creation! The light of Christ is in all beings.
Dharma and Ahimsa: A Hindu Take on Environmental Stewardship
The dharmic concept of ahimsa (“not to injure”) demands that we take personal and political action to protect the environment.