Has Spring Sprung?





The weather doesn’t seem to be sure of itself.  January was about 8 degrees warmer that the average maximum temperature. That was followed by above average temperatures in February and March.  Yet there are still people who question the effect of global warming on our planet.

In this issue of Many Roads, we have contributors from disparate fields of interest.  In particular, Martin Hird explains about the effect of the  greenhouse gases and pollution; and alternative methods of providing energy in Europe.  Tshering Tobgay talks about how Bhutan is not just carbon neutral, but carbon negative.

If any readers would like to post their views on climate change from a spiritual perspective, please send your comments and articles to manyroads@bodhicharya .org

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Teaching on Holy IslandRollo Strickland and Joe O’Donnell
A Personal Reflection on IndiaI. M. A. Scott
Lama NgapaYeshe
A RoomWilliam McConnell

Mushroom curryIndra Mahapuria
Fermented Wild GarlicMonica Wilde
DepressionElizabeth Mattis-Namgyel
Renewable EnergyMartin Hird

Buddha at KamakuraRudyard Kipling
Spiritual PoetryVarious Authors

Being PureRingu Tulku Rinpoche
The Saffron RoadDr Gwen Enstam

Buddhist CartoonsVarious

Ted Talk on BhutanTshering Tobgay
What Meditation Really IsRingu Tulku Rinpoche


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