“Conversations with Trees – An Intimate Ecology”
Dr. Stephanie Kaza with Illustrations by Davis Te Selle
Dr. Stephanie Kaza, a newly-elected member of Naropa’s Board of Trustees, is a long-time practitioner of Soto Zen Buddhism and lectures widely on topics of Buddhism and the environment. Her books explore timely questions of the challenging issues in climate, sustainability and humanity facing us today, exploring the intersection of religion and ecology. In her reflections on trees, she investigates what it means to reinhabit place, live fully and speak from the truth of experience. More pertinent now than ever, her intimate and thoughtful explorations demonstrate the possibility of ecological sanity in our time.
“Conversations on the Co-Arising of Self and Society”
Dr. Joanna Macy
Dr. Joanna Macy is a scholar of Buddhism and has been a visionary force in environmental activism for more than five decades, drawing from spiritual traditions, general systems theory and deep ecology to inspire a transition to sustainable human culture.