Awakening in an Age of Climate Change
Sunday, March 8, 2015
An Ethical Approach to Environmental Protection
Monday, September 23, 2013
This was an interesting, and seemingly balanced, discussion about the present state of renewable energy.
Friday, June 7, 2013
"The Dharma offers great potential to help individuals, and society as a whole, accept the realities of climate change and respond with wisdom and compassion in action. This crisis has the potential to not only align ourselves with nature and reduce social inequity, but can also lead to the greatest awakening of the human mind and spirit ever seen."
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
An economist with a Ph.D. in physics, David Friedman (http://daviddfriedman.blogspot.com), wrote this blog post that I thought you find interesting. I think he makes two good points. One is working on the axiom, "the best is often an enemy of the good," indicating that what might be an ideal solution might also never happen. What can we propose that will really be done? The carbon tax may be such an idea. The second idea he has been writing about is that there may be a net gain rather than a net loss from the temperature change predicted by some. He is not hoping that it will happen, but trying to separate our aversion to change and what might really be the net result of change.
James Hanson Gets it Partly Right
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
The Austin Interfaith Environmental Network in the News with a mention of AZC's participation.
Monday, April 15, 2013
Here's a fascinating, and, maybe, somewhat amusing coalescence of science fiction, concern about climate change, and Buddhism. Science fiction writer Kim Stanley Robinson has written a trilogy of novels where all three of those themes come together.