Listening to Greta Thunberg : Truth in Action – Ep. 222

In this episode Professor Thurman invites listeners to join him in responding to the inspiring work of Greta Thunberg in their local community and globally through the efforts of The Climate Reality Project.

Podcast includes an introduction to the international efforts begun by Al Gore and his “Climate Reality” Leadership training Corps, an in-depth exploration from a Buddhist perspective of the climate crisis and a short teaching on the role of oracles in Buddhism and in Western history.

This episode is a call to action to join Robert A.F. Thurman during the upcoming “Truth in Action” conversation happening this November 21st.

Listening to Greta Thunberg : Truth in Action – Episode 222 Greta Thunberg Photo by Andy Bosselman.

Truth in Action is a daylong global conversation on the climate crisis and how we solve it, led by Climate Reality Leaders trained by former Vice President Al Gore.

Truth in Action will take place from November 20 at 6PM EDT – November 21 at 6 PM Eastern Time, in all 50 US states and many countries around the world. For a full 24 hours, Leaders will be giving free presentations on our changing climate and the solutions in our hands – and inviting audiences to join the conversation.

To find a free “Truth in Action” presentation near you or to request a free Truth in Action presentation please the Climate Reality website: www.climaterealityproject.org.

This week’s “Climate Reality” episode was brought to you in part through the generous direct support of the listeners of the Bob Thurman Podcast.

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The songs “Trance Tibet” & ‘Dancing Ling’ by Tenzin Choegyal from the album ‘Heart Sutra‘ (2004) by Ethno Super Lounge is used on the Bob Thurman Podcast with artist’s permission, all rights reserved.

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