Roundtable Discussion on Ecodharma

  • Zen Mountain Monastery Zen Mountain Monastery
  • 500 State Street Brooklyn, NY 11217
  • Nov 23, 2019 (1 day)
  • The suggested donation is $20. If you're unable to pay this amount, please offer what you can.

About This Event

David Loy, author of Ecodharma: Buddhist Teachings for the Ecological Crises, will lead a roundtable discussion exploring how Buddhism can address our global ecological crises, climate change and increasing degradation of the natural world. Participants will be encouraged to read suggested excerpts from David's writings in Ecodharma and related articles to allow discussion to reach deeply into these all-important topics.

Limited to a maximum of 20.

Please register by November 15th.  Participants will be sent links to the readings on Nov 16th.

Event runs from 4-6pm.

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