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About Bodhisattva 4.0

 

About the author 

 

John Harvey Negru is publisher at The Sumeru Press, Canada’s largest independent Buddhist book publisher, and author most recently of Bodhisattva 4.0: A Primer for Engaged Buddhists. The book comprises 108 short introductions to the ethical issues inherent in emerging technologies, environmental crises, and a sustainable future, from a Buddhist perspective, supplemented by 500+ resources for further study and networking. He has been involved in many Buddhist community development projects and environmental causes over the past 50 years, and has been a technological design educator for more than 25 years.

 

These articles about Green Buddhism are adapted from topics in Bodhisattva 4.0: A Primer for Engaged Buddhists.

 

Bodhisattva 4.0 is published monthly.

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The Dancing Skeletons
Buddhist wisdom for the modern age on the process of dying
Uploaded 24 Jun 2021
The Ox Herder’s Diary
The transmission and transformation of Zen in North America
Uploaded 29 May 2021
UX for Buddhists
How user experience design can help inform Buddhists and spread the Dharma
Uploaded 29 Apr 2021
Shinko Roshi and the Five Goddesses
A merging of Zen and Vajrayana to bring about a feminist future
Uploaded 27 Mar 2021
Ajahn Sona, Off the Grid
A Buddhist monastery in the remote Canadian mountains shows the path to sustainability
Uploaded 24 Feb 2021
Ksitigarbha, Liveblogging from Hell
A call to bring our practice to the darkest corners of our collective experience
Uploaded 21 Jan 2021
Bodhimandala
Bringing the sphere of our bodhisattva activity to care for this world
Uploaded 20 Nov 2020
Veg
A meditation on what we eat and what we waste
Uploaded 23 Oct 2020
Petitions
From reaching out to deities to urging government action, what are we doing with petitions?
Uploaded 22 Sep 2020
Code
How systems thinking can help Buddhists understand the complex world around us
Uploaded 27 Aug 2020
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