This Free Broadcast is from the Mind, the Human-Earth Connection, and the Climate Crisis Online Speaker Series
Integrity and Moral Suffering in Relation to the Climate Catastrophe and Health
Roshi Joan speaks to some of the psychosocial effects of climate change and the role of moral suffering and integrity as we address health issues related to the climate catastrophe. She explores four valences of moral suffering, and then unfolds some of the deep health issues related to our climate catastrophe. She also addresses the role of integrity in shifting out of behaviors of harm to views and behaviors of compassion and care.
Roshi Joan Halifax
Roshi Joan Halifax is a Buddhist teacher, Zen priest, anthropologist, and pioneer in the field of end-of-life care. She works with dying people and their families, and teaches health care professionals and family caregivers the psycho-social, ethical and spiritual aspects of care of the dying.
Roshi Joan Halifax is a Mind & Life Founding Steward and a Mind & Life Fellow.