The Psychology of Climate Change

Yesterday, I watched this video on the psychology of climate change from Canada’s tar sands to Chinese advertising billboards. It was done by Al Jazeera’s presenter, Gelareh Darabi, a native of Vancouver, British Columbia of Iranian descent.   click here if the video doesn’t load Climate change is no mystery. We know what we have […]

The Paris Agreement…

The Paris agreement on climate change has produced a few results – some remarkable and some not so great. Scientists and climate action groups such as the Buddhist Climate Action Network (BCAN) and Earth Holding Sangha have been pushing for no more than a 1.5° centigrade increase over the pre-industrial levels. The agreement stated, “Holding […]

Dalai Lama Spoke Out on Climate Change

On October 20, the Dalai Lama spoke out on climate change from the top of the world. He called for action on climate change at COP21 – an international conference taking place in Paris on from November 30 through December 11. COP stands for Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate […]

Celebrate the International Day of Peace

I invite you to celebrate the International Day of Peace with me today, September 21, 2015. The UN has dedicated the 2015 International Day of Peace to “Partnerships for Peace — Dignity for All.” In conjunction with Pope Francis‘ visit to the United States to speak with President Obama tomorrow, deliver a climate message to […]

Love Letter to World Leaders

Dear political leaders on all continents across the full political spectrum Dear business leaders in all sectors of the economy, This is a love letter from one of you: a fellow human, a child of the Earth. My first best friend was our family dog. When I was about 2 years old he disappeared from […]

Pope Francis Delivered His Climate Response Encyclical

By the time you read this, the rest of the world will know that Pope Francis delivered his climate response encyclical today. With the Pope getting behind climate justice, we may see a broader movement to stop global warming. This video is so entertaining that Andrew Butler says, “What’s going on here is nothing short […]

Lilou Mace Interview With Bruce Lipton

The Lilou Mace Interview with Bruce Lipton took place at the Quantum Medicine Congress in Honolulu Hawaii. This interview ties into my interview with Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson on Cosmology and Buddhist Thought. Both interviews tie the spiritual with the material. This interview contrasts the concept of the “quantum field” with spirit. The quantum field is […]

Taking Action on Global Warming

Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, known as Thay by his followers, has been an activist more than sixty years and he has been talking about taking action on global warming and climate change for as long as I can remember. As early as 1985, I heard him say, “If the West stops drinking alcohol by […]

A Message to Our Planet from 1971

In a message to our planet from 1971, the then United Nations Secretary-General U Thant told us, “I believe that mankind is at last aware of the fact that there is a delicate equilibrium of physical and biological phenomena on and around the earth which cannot be thoughtlessly disturbed as we race along the road […]

Tomorrow’s Child

This poem, called Tomorrow’s Child, was read by Ray Anderson in his Ted Talk on the business logic of sustainability. After presenting his idea to make his company rely on renewable resources and a goal to achieve a zero carbon footprint in a company that relies heavily on petrol, he read this poem from one […]