Clear Sky is committed to promoting the teaching of awakening for current and future generations. One way to do this is to reduce our environmental impact as much as possible so that the center itself is sustainable.
Grasslands have some of the highest biodiversity in Canada and are particularly threatened in the region surrounding Clear Sky.
Our founding teacher Catherine Pawasarat spearheaded projects on-site to restore areas of grasslands restoration. These projects as an opportunity to live generously.
“We recognize that the health of a human community depends on the health of the ecosystem.
Awakening is the essence of sustainability.
– Catherine Pawasarat Sensei
In 2010, with the need to separate our administration center, teachers and residents’ accommodation from our retreat building, we undertook a construction project that would be a showcase of sustainable building.
Here are some of the solutions we are applying; some new, some old, and some with an exploratory twist:
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