Barbara Maas, a renowned wildlife biologist and conservationist trained in Cambridge, andher team are busy making a video to be distributed across Buddhist monasteries of Vietnam. Its message is direct:
Volunteers in the Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan planted a total of 108,000 trees in the month of March to commemorate the birth of the first child of the King
Delegates at the International Buddhist Confederation’s (IBC) governing council meeting in Thailand last week heard two speeches from a Buddhist monk from Phnom Penh calling for the preservation of Cambodia’s forests.
Global Hindu – Buddhist Initiative on Conflict Avoidance and Environment Consciousness Organized by Vivekananda International Foundation, India In collaboration with International Buddhist Confederation, India & The Tokyo Foundation, Japan New
Nineteen of the world’s most senior Buddhists have issued a landmark statement to political leaders to adopt an effective climate change agreement at the UN negotiations in Paris starting November
Dr Barbara Maas, Head, International Species Conservation, NABU International Foundation for Nature, and Secretary, IBC Standing Committee on Environment & Conservation, speaking at the ‘Samvad – Global Hindu-Buddhist Initiative on
Today we live in a time of great crisis, confronted by the gravest challenge that humanity has ever faced: the ecological consequences of our own collective karma. The scientific consensus
“The place where we are meeting makes it even more special. We are meeting in Bodh Gaya, a land that has a distinctive place in the history of humankind. This is