We are pleased to let you know that Don de Silva, who was due to run the recent psychotherapy forum on Buddhism and the Environment will be offering an online teaching seminar on Thursday April 23rd 3.00-5.00 pm.
This seminar will be delivered live. If you would like to participate please contact us and we will send you a link to the zoom session.
Don de Silva is currently a Buddhist Chaplain and University Mentor and a Meditation trainer. He was formerly a senior official with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and also worked with the International Institute of Environment and Development. He has initiated and managed numerous environmental advocacy programmes in many parts of the world. Through environmental diplomacy, he has helped to establish inter-governmental treaties to tackle environmental challenges. Speaking from personal witness and experience, this presentation will cover: the origins of the modern environmental movement; the early warning signs to the world community about existential threats, such as climate changes and viruses; the critical links between faith, justice and environmental issues; the emerging global challenges; and the urgent need for faith leaders to work together to face those challenges.
To register for this seminar or be informed of future events in this series please contact Tariki Trust on firstname.lastname@example.org