Stephanie Kaza

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"Stephanie is Associate Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Vermont, where she teaches religion and ecology, Buddhism and ecology, environmental justice, ecofeminism, and unlearning consumerism. She is a long-time practitioner of Soto Zen Buddhism, affiliated with Green Gulch Zen Center, California; she has also studied with Thich Nhat Hanh and Joanna Macy. Stephanie is the author of The Attentive Heart: Conversations with Trees, meditative essays on deep ecological relations with trees, and co-editor (with Kenneth Kraft) of Dharma Rain: Sources of Buddhist Environmentalism, classic and modern texts supporting a Buddhist approach to environmental activism. She is also vice-president of the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies and a member of the International Buddhist-Christian Theological Encounter group and serves on the board for the Center for Respect for Life and the Environment. In 2002 she received the Kroeps-Maurisch teaching award for excellence at the University of Vermont. "[1]

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  1. Center for Whole Communities Faculty, organizational web page, accessed April 20, 2012.