How do we process our responses to the climate and ecological emergency? How do we find ways to live and work with the reality of climate change by using Buddhist teachings? This workshop-based set of events mixes input, exercises and reflections.
For three evenings Shantigarbha is leading this series on his latest book: The Burning House – A Buddhist Response to the Climate and Ecological Emergency. (Book available from Windhorse Publications from 20th August)).
The 21st September evening co-insides with the Great Big Green Week, a UK wide events week, organised by the Climate Coalition, to help raise awareness about Climate Change. On this Sangha Night we will be inviting members of the public to come and join us for the evening through an events link on the Great Big Green Weeks website.
You can join us any time from 7.15pm onwards if you’d like to say ‘hello’. We start the evening at 7.30pm and it will run till about 9pm.
Do bring a mask with you for when walking around the building (not whilst sitting and socially distanced), and we may request mask wearing for the benefit of a clinically vulnerable person. Please read our covid guidelines before attending in person.
If you are clinically vulnerable then contact the class leader to discuss your needs prior to the event.