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volume eighTeen, numBeR 1 Shambhala Sun (issn: 1190-7886, usps 009-651) is published bimonthly for $29.95 year U S , $39C D N canada & $46U S international, by shambhala sun foundation, 1345 spruce st., Boulder, co 80302-4886 usa. periodicals postage paid at Boulder, co and at additional mailing offices. postMaster: send address changes to shambhala sun, po Box 469095, escondido, ca 92046-9095. printed in u.s.a . © 2009 shambhala sun foundation. all rights reserved. canada post publication Mail agreement #40018157. canadian postmaster: send undeliverable copies to: 1660 hollis st., suite 701, halifax, ns B3J 1v7 canada. More At SHAMBHALASUN.coM online Q&a • david loy, co-editor of A Buddhist Response to the • climate Emergency, responds to your questions and • comments about Buddhism and the environment • Jerry Kolber of the interdependence project dis- • cusses everyday practices we can undertake to make • a positive difference for the environment resources & further reading • practices for difficult times • Buddhism and the environment • dharma art • the Best of the shambhala sun: art & design shambhala sun audio • ecophilosopher stephanie Kaza discusses her review • in this issue • the interdependence project’s ethan nichtern talks • about his community’s pro-environment activities Join the conversation at shambhalasun.com/sunspace • share your wisdom for difficult times depArtMeNtS letters to the editor the Mindful society Barry Boyce review Ecological Intelligence, by daniel Goleman, and A Buddhist Response to the climate Emer- gency, edited by John stanley, david loy, and Gyurme dorje. reviewed by stephanie Kaza Books in Brief network directory The Goddess Tara, courtesy of The Vadesea collection oN tHe coVer love’s legacy lost James Kullander about a poem pico iyer on a haiku by Kobayashi issa BacKGroundphotoBydouGfoGelson 64 79 5 SHAMBHALA SUN SepteMBer 2009