Monthly Archives: February 2016

Panchen Rinpoche’s Australian Visit April May 1986

30 years ago: Panchen Rinpoche comes to Australia #1 of 2 blogs When we first heard, improbably, that the Panchen Lama was coming to Australia, we didn’t really know what to do. It was 30 years ago, early 1986, and we … Continue reading

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PANCHEN RINPOCHE MEETS AUSSIE PASTORALISTS

THE PANCHEN LAMA IN AUSTRALIA #2 of two blogs on the 30TH anniversary of the Panchen Lama’s 1986 tour of Australian sheep ranches, with time for a phone call from the Dalai Lama. When the Panchen Lama arrived in Australia, … Continue reading

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Planetary climate agreement: what does it mean for Tibet?

GLOBAL AGREEMENT ON WHAT DO ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE: FUTURE IMPACTS ON TIBET #1 in a blog series of 3 Around the world, everyone was relieved that the negotiations in Paris in December 2015 finally produced agreement on what, as a … Continue reading

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THE GLOBAL CARBON MARKET: INVESTING IN TIBET?

THE GLOBAL CARBON MARKET CONTEMPLATES INVESTING IN TIBET: A GUIDE TO THE NEW JARGON #2 in a blog series of 3   If the world arrives in Tibet, announcing corporate investment in carbon capture on the Tibetan Plateau, it will … Continue reading

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ENDING POVERTY IN TIBET BY RELOCATING THE TIBETANS

CHINA’S PLAN TO SAVE TIBETANS FROM TIBET #3 in a blog series of 3 The world now has a new set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). At a UN session in September 2015, all governments, including China, formally adopted these … Continue reading

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