The International Network of Engaged Buddhists has announced that the International Young Bodhisattva Program is now open to prospective applicants.
Engaged Buddhism: Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation Says 386 Wells Built in Drought-Stricken Areas of Zimbabwe in 10 Years
Taiwan-headquartered Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation has announced the construction of 368 wells in drought-stricken areas across Zimbabwe in the past 10 years.
A retreat center in Vermont is poised to become a major clean energy provider for their community
Are the Sustainable Development Goals Today’s “Opium of the Masses?” An Interview with Prof. Kohei Saito
The philosophy of Buddhist economics and the path to a sustainable civilization
An examination of the need for solidarity and compassion on the path to fundamental change
Engaged Buddhism: 20th Biennial INEB Conference Concludes in South Korea with a Commitment to Action, Peace, and Change
SEOUL, South Korea – The 20th Biennial Conference of the International Network of Engaged Buddhists (INEB), jointly organized with Jungto Society, concluded in Seoul on
Why Brazil’s foray into a bioeconomy in the Amazon rainforest provides a glimpse into the Right Livelihood of the future
Energy as a Way of Life: Japanese Buddhist Priests Reflect on the Ukraine and Sri Lanka Crises While Calling for Local Energy Self-Sufficiency
A dialogue on renewable energy and sustainable living from the perspective of engaged Buddhism