Virtual Dialogue Creates Climate Hope

With the ongoing spread of COVID-19 and the continuing fight for racial justice, it can feel overwhelming to add one more challenge to the table. Yet, climate change is a long-term issue that is inseparable from the prevailing challenges that we have faced this year. It is Center founder Daisaku Ikeda’s conviction that in the midst of such large-scale issues like climate change, when facing them head on, we find in them “a remarkable diversity of opportunities for human beings to give expression to their limitless potential.” Thus, if we can tackle the climate crisis together, we then can develop the ability and capacity to address the countless other issues we face in our world today. With this in mind, on September 24th, the founding date of the Center, we hosted our fourth virtual dialogue event of the year, titled “Climate Hope: Awareness Into Action!”

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