Adam Bucko: How Youth Leaders Can Address the Climate Crisis

Posted by – February 13, 2016
Categories: Ecology & Sustainability Spirituality & Religion

Last December, the Global Peace Initiative of Women (GPIW) held a side event at the COP21 conference in Paris entitled “The Inner Dimensions of Climate Change – Spiritual Perspectives.” The event featured a presentation by Vandana Shiva, and conversations with Acarya Judy Lief, Father Michael Holleran, and Adam Bucko, among many other spiritual leaders and practitioners.

In this video, Adam Bucko, co-author of Occupy Spirituality and founder of The Reciprocity Foundation, shares the successes and failures of the Occupy movement, and explores what youth leaders can learn from them, and how that spirit and energy can be put toward addressing our current climate crises:

Read more about GPIW and watch more videos from “The Inner Dimensions of Climate Change.”

Tags: Sustainability & Conservation Adam Bucko Video Food Policy & Sustainability
About the Author

After graduating from UC Berkeley in 2007, Julia was delighted to find out that “professional book recommender” was a job. She has been working in marketing and publicity with independent Bay Area publishers ever since. She joined North Atlantic Books in 2014. She lives with her husband and two very nice cats in Oakland.