Concerned about the environment and interested in mindfulness practice?

In our experience many people who are interested in mindfulness are also interested in the ecological crisis (and the other way round), and so we have collected some resources for you. Below is a list of resources which we think are accessible to people from all beliefs or none. This includes some material on connecting to nature, and how to face the climate crisis mindfully.


Online Course

Satya Robyn’s free e-course for Dear Earth

Online Articles

Greenspace Climate Action by John Marder

Audio Meditations

Meditation for Climate Activists. Originally recorded at Jamyang Buddhist Centre in London


The Karmapa. 2017. Interconnected. Wisdom
Figures, C and Rivett-Carnac, T 2020 ‘The Future We Choose: Surviving the Climate Crisis’ Manilla Press
Hanh, Thich Nhat. 2013. ‘Love Letter to the Earth’. Parallax Press.
Macy, J. & Johnstone, C. 2012. ‘Active Hope’ New World Library
Kaza, S. 2008. ‘Mindfully Green‘ Shambhala.
Macy, J. 2007. ‘The Work that Reconnects
Plotkin, B. 2007. ‘Nature and the Human Soul: Cultivating Wholeness and Community in a Fragmented World’. New World Library.
Eisenberg, E. 2000 ‘Ecology of Eden‘ Picador.
Abram, D. 1997. ‘The Spell of the Sensuous‘ Vintage.
Macy, J. 1991. ‘World as Lover, World as Self’. Parallax Press.
Loy, D. ‘Ecodarma: Buddhist Teachings for the Ecological Crisis‘ 2019 Wisdom Publications,U.S.